Martin Odegaard’s first-half free-kick and the heroics of goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale after the break earned Arsenal a second consecutive victory, with a 1-0 win at Burnley.
Arsenal threatened early on, as Nicolas Pepe headed wide from Kieran Tierney’s cross after five minutes.
They went ahead on 30 minutes through Odegaard’s brilliant free-kick, awarded after a foul on Bukayo Saka.
Burnley laid siege to the Arsenal goal for most of the second half, with Ashley Westwood then substitute Maxwel Cornet testing Ramsdale either side of the hour.
The Clarets were awarded a penalty for a Ramsdale foul on Chris Wood, but referee Anthony Taylor overturned it after a review showed the Arsenal ‘keeper had touched the ball.
Matej Vydra and Jay Rodriguez each headed wide in stoppage time as Arsenal hung on to rise to 12th, with six points.
Burnley remain without a win after five matches and drop to 19th with one point.