Alexandre Lacazette's brace earned Arsenal a 2-0 triumph over West Bromwich Albion Monday night at the Emirates Stadium, the Telegraph reported. However, Tony Pulis' side could have been awarded a penalty in the early minutes of the encounter when center back Shkodran Mustafi brought down Jay Rodriguez inside the Gunners box but was overlooked by center referee Robert Madley. With this home win, Arsenal scaled up to the seventh position with ten points. Struggling West Brom is twelfth with eight points. Here's a quick summary of the match.

Arsenal outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Petr Cech (7.48). Defender - Laurent Koscielny (7.12), Shkodran Mustafi (7.15), Nacho Monreal (8.88), Héctor Bellerín (7.20), Sead Kolasinac (7.17). Midfielder - Mohamed Elneny (6.44), Granit Xhaka (6.70), Alexis Sánchez (7.90), Aaron Ramsey (7.05). Forward - Alexandre Lacazette (8.90). Used substitutes - Olivier Giroud (6.14), Mesut Özil (6.10), Ainsley Maitland-Niles (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Arsène Wenger's side was solid creating chances in front of goal through set pieces. However, they committed several individual fumbles.

Style of play: Arsenal was dominant in the game, operated down the left side and favored short passes.

West Bromwich Albion outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Ben Foster (6.15). Defender - Ahmed Hegazi (seven points), Craig Dawson (5.40), Jonny Evans (six points), Allan Nyom (six points), Kieran Gibbs (6.53). Midfielder - Grzegorz Krychowiak (7.09), Jake Livermore (6.28), Gareth Barry (six points).

Forward - Jay Rodriguez (6.54), Hal Robson-Kanu (6.13). Used substitutes - Salomón Rondón (six points), James Morrison (six points), Matt Phillips (5.90).

Team's strength and weakness: West Brom's attackers were weak in front of goal, aggressive in their tackles and often lost possession of the ball,

Style of play: Tony Pulis' side largely attacked through the left flank and favored long balls.

Who is the Man of the Match?

Alexandre Lacazette did absolutely well for Arsenal scoring twice. Following his brace against West Brom, Lacazette now became the first Arsenal player to score in his opening three EPL outings at home since Brian Marwood in September 1988.

Scheduled Week 7 matches for the both teams

West Brom will return to home action when they take on Watford on Saturday 30. A day later, Arsenal will once again play host to Brighton.