Arsenal made it two wins from two in the Europa League with a comfortable 3-0 win against Bodo/Glimt on Thursday night.
First-half goals from Eddie Nketiah and Rob Holding put the Gunners firmly in control and then Fabio Vieira rounded things off with a third late on.
The win moves Arsenal two points clear at the top of Group A, despite having played a game less than Bodo and FC Zurich.
All in all it was a comfortable night's work for Mikel Arteta's side, with the Arsenal boss making eight changes from the team that beat Tottenham at the weekend.
Nketiah's sharp finish after Kieran Tierney's shot had hit the post got the ball rolling and then Holding doubled their lead, heading Vieira's excellent cross into the corner.
The hosts had several chances to extend their advantage, but in the end they just added one more to their tally in the second half, with Vieira finishing from close range after some excellent play by substitute Gabriel Jesus.