Gunners fire down Reds

Fiery Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger looked on top of the world tonight. His team romped home to a 3 - 0 victory over struggling Liverpool, who have still yet to break the away trap. Wenger's team win is a rest bite from all the antics of last weeks confrontation with West Ham boss Alan Pardew. His team's performance in the first half was dubious but the deadlock was broken when Mathieu Flamini managed to weave the ball past the Liverpool keeper to score only his second goal in the premiership. Liverpool were on the rocks after that as Arsenal created chance after chance that this time hit the backs of the net. Toure ran free to float the ball under the keeper's legs which put them two goals ahead. The third came from the head of William Gallas, as Arsenal's win puts them ten points behind premiership leaders Manchester United. They lie in third place behind Chelsea.