Wednesday's rescheduled match against West Ham was about as one-sided as it gets.
In what was arguably its best performance of the season, Arsenal slaughtered West Ham 5-1, including four goals in 10 minutes to begin the second half.
The match was so bad for West Ham that the team had to play one man short after Daniel Potts was carried off the field thanks to an apparent neck injury. So, being down 5-1 and with the game already out of reach, the Hammers were forced to play another 12 minutes of injury time with only 10 men. Talk about adding insult to injury.
While the situation on the West Ham bench felt bleak, there was a huge relief of pressure on the Gunners' bench. This was a performance to remember.
Here are five things to take away and to consider after the game.