The English player kept an interesting run of games with a goal to his name whenever he's been called up by coach Mikel Arteta.

Arsenal's impressive campaign is seemingly unstoppable, as the long World Cup break did not have a negative effect on their performance against West Ham in their Boxing Day clash.

The Gunners were shocked by a first-half penalty scored by Said Benrahma, but they were able to dominate most of the game right after conceding, and Mikel Arteta's men were able to bounce back during the first 25 minutes of the second half, with goals by Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli, and Eddie Nketiah.

This last goal by Nketiah was highly praised on social media, with fans remembering the one and only Thierry Henry for the move pulled off by the English footballer. Putting to good use a pass by Martin Odegaard, Nketiah dribbled past Thilo Kehrer with a spin move that left him all alone inside the box, and once he was away from his marker, he drilled a strong shot right past Lukasz Fabianski.

Have a look at Nketiah's finish and see if his goal is worthy of being compared to those "Titi" scored for the Gunners (Image might be geo-restricted).

If some fans believed that Nketiah will not be able to carry the team's weight, here are some numbers that will surely keep Arsenal fans calm.

The Gunners are now seven points clear at the top, with Manchester City still waiting to play this week and with a clear chance to cut their lead.