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At least a year, maybe two was the forecast for the Spaniard to make his mark with the Gunners — but scrap that. Arsenal are way ahead of schedule and the searching test they gave Liverpool in North London last night must have felt for a while at least like it was every Arsenal fans birthday.
After the decline in the last couple of seasons of Arsene Wenger's reign it was crystal clear against Jurgen Klopp's early season pacemakers that Arsenal are facing a brighter future.
Tasting defeat instead of a classy glass of red wine wasn't the way Emery planned to spend his day. But there was plenty here to cheer the Arsenal boss who has only had one transfer window to put his own impression on his new team.
Klopp's in his fourth season at Liverpool and given that fact, the comparison between the two sides is undoubtedly a favourable one for Arsenal.
And any manager who can get whipping boy Granit Xhaka being appreciated by the fans, Henrikh Mkhitaryan busting a gut all over the pitch and Mesut Ozil putting in a big shift in a top clash must have something special in his locker.
This was high octane stuff right from the start — but it was Arsenal who more than held their own against a Liverpool side striving to end 29 years of title misery.
Arsenal felt they could easily have been awarded a first half penalty when Brazilian keeper Alisson flattened Mkhitryan as he attacked a cross by Aubameyang.
Referee Andre Marriner was not interested and nor did he have sympathy for Liverpool when Sadio Mane tapped in to an empty net a couple of minutes later.
Liverpool did have a fair goal disallowed, and hit the woodwork twice, but Arsenal's endeavour was impressive and Lacazette has saved them a point.
Gomez stretches to get a cross in on the left of the box, but Leno comes out to collect. Fascinating game, and a frantic few minutes in store Who can find a winner here?
Arsenal are playing more in Liverpool's half as Welbeck breaks free on the left. It falls to Bellerin on his wrong foot 18 yards out, but he curls it a few yards wide of the post!
Pete Smith at The Emirates: Arsenal have scored some fine team goals this season and their build-up play for that one was patient, effective and finished off with great composure by Lacazette.
Liverpool go up the other end as Mane looks to curl one for the top corner, but it's just half a yard high and wide! Iwobi plays a lovely through ball for Lacazette, who half-rounds Alisson, but has his back to goal.
He turns around, has Alisson in front of him, but takes a touch and curls one for the far post and in! Last Arsenal change too.
Kolasinac comes off, replaced by Welbeck. Iwobi looks to be moving to left wing back. Since their initial reaction to going behind, the Gunners have struggled to put together a sustained spell of pressure.
Iwobi beats Alexander-Arnold down the left, and his cross flashes across goal but away to safety! Ozil was piling in there inside the box.
Brilliant corner from Robertson, plum on Van Dijk's head, and his unmarked header is tipped over well by Leno! Corner comes in from Milner, Firmino muscles Bellerin out the way, and directs his far post header just wide!
Salah breaks free down the left and centres it for Mane at the far post. Mane is stretching, and is inches away from it! Milner has come piling in with a header to clear, but has caught the back of Gomez's head.
The play completely opens up for Torreira, and he gets a shot off on goal from 15 yards. He goes far too central, however, and Alisson beats it over!
He's got to do better, and couldn't believe how much space he had! Mane makes a great run down the left, gets in-behind and crosses.
Leno gets there, but can only flick it out to Milner. Liverpool fans and players go wild! Emery must be delighted with his side's application so far.
Fabinho, who hasn't had the best of games for Liverpool, was booked a few moments ago for a trip on Xhaka in midfield.
Arsenal defending for their lives as Firmino takes it down on his chest eight yards out. Holding helps out, and Leno grabs the ball.
Liverpool's threat is on the counter attack here. As soon as they win the ball, Salah, Mane and Firmino are busting a gut to get forward.
Another great Liverpool line. Mkhitaryan crosses from a deep free-kick, Mustafi heads high and wide, but he was offside anyhow.
Mkhitaryan is screaming for the ball early, and finally gets it in-behind. He should then square for Aubameyang, but doesn't look up and Van Dijk ushers him out brilliantly!
It nearly opens up for Salah inside the box, with some trademark trickery, but Holding blocks well. There has been a tactical change, however. Milner is now fixed on the right-hand of midfield having played much of the first half on the left.
This is the most shots Liverpool have faced in the first half of a PL match 9 since Feb vs Leicester Liverpool, meanwhile, may have seen a goal wrongly chalked off for offside and hit the post in the final moments but they have been way below their best so far.
Frantic, but no goals. Liverpool have hit the woodwork twice but Arsenal have looked very dangerous. Huge second half to come. Driven free-kick from deep by Milner, Van Dijk gets a head up ahead of Leno, who is nowhere near the ball!
Arsenal very brave today. They're essentially playing four up front, and will probably feel they should be going into half-time ahead.
I have no doubt Klopp will change things up tactically