Lacazette opened the scoring when he held off the challenge of Erik Pieters to net from close range but Arsenal were pegged back before half time when Ashley Barnes capped off a Burnley breakaway.
Aubameyang had the final say though, beating Nick Pope with a rasping long-range effort to score his seventh goal in four games against The Clarets and secure all three points for Unai Emery’s men.
Man of the match
Two assists and a Man of the Match award, home debuts don’t come much better than Dani Ceballos’ for Arsenal against Burnley.
Ceballos barely put a foot wrong all game, initially starring alongside Matteo Guendouzi in a two-man midfield before pushing further forward as Arsenal went in search of a winner.
The on-loan Real Madrid midfielder was always probing, always looking to pick holes in Burnley’s defensive ranks.
He was comfortable with both feet and able to dribble out of trouble before picking a pass, setting up both Lacazette and Aubameyang’s goals.
A performance that brought back memories of the much-loved Santi Cazorla, the Spaniard’s wild celebrations when Aubameyang scored the winner will have further endeared himself to the Emirates faithful.
"He was absolutely fantastic, he showed his quality and desire." - Martin Keown
View from the dugout
Emery: We didn’t impose our gameplan for 90 minutes
The Arsenal boss insists there is still room for improvement after Arsenal won their first two Premier League games for the first time in a decade.
Dyche focuses on the positives after Arsenal defeat
The Burnley boss was aggrieved at some of the officiating at The Emirates, but encouraged by the endeavour his side showed.
View from the dressing room
David Luiz reflects on debut victory
Luiz and Aubameyang spoke after securing Arsenal's first home win of the season against Burnley ahead of a tough trip to face Liverpool.
Cole lavishes praise on debutant Ceballos
Cole was full of praise for new Arsenal signing Ceballos after the young midfielder provided two assists on his competitive debut at the Emirates.
Tweet of the game
Arsenal’s deadline day acquisition David Luiz is a doppelgänger for Matteo Guendouzi – leaving many struggling to distinguish between the pair.
Anyone else still trying to figure out the difference between David Luiz and Matteo Guendouzi? pic.twitter.com/IqL3k5jMnR— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) August 17, 2019
Picture of the game
Aubameyang celebrated Arsenal’s winner and his seventh goal in four matches against The Clarets in trademark style.
Jonathan Spencer, Arsenal fan: “It wasn’t a great performance but you have to accept six points.
“The brightest part of the display was Ceballos. When he’s on the ball you trust him to keep it.
“Pepe looked really good, he needs to get up to speed with Aubameyang and Lacazette but we needed a player who is direct and capable of taking defenders away from home.
“The only negative about Emery is he’s very conservative when holding on to the lead but we don’t have the defence to do it. We have the players up top who can damage teams and make it 3-1, 4-1.”
Burnley’s first-half equaliser was checked for offside but VAR showed that there was no infringement from goalscorer Barnes.
Minutes later, Reiss Nelson thought he had restored Arsenal’s lead but VAR showed that Nacho Monreal was marginally offside in the build-up.
Arsenal have won their last 10 Premier League games against Burnley – they have only enjoyed a longer run against Man City (11 between 1994 and 2004), also winning 10 against Newcastle United between 2012 and 2017.
Only Sadio Mané (14) and Sergio Aguero (13) have scored more Premier League goals in 2019 than Burnley’s Ashley Barnes (12 - level with Jamie Vardy).
Arsenal attacker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored seven goals against Burnley in four league appearances, four more goals than he has netted against any other Premier League side.
- Dani Ceballos is just the third player to assist 2+ goals on his first Premier League start for Arsenal, after Ray Parlour v Liverpool in August 1992 (2) and Henrik Mkhitaryan v Everton in February 2018 (3).
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Watford (A) - Saturday 14 September, 3pm
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