MARTIN KEOWN: Arsene Wenger built a brand of attacking football that was admired throughout the world. Sunday’s selection by Mikel Arteta was a return to that philosophy.

Arsene Wenger built a brand of attacking football that was admired throughout the world. 
Sunday’s selection by Mikel Arteta was a return to that philosophy. I haven’t seen an Arsenal side packed with so many technical players since the Wenger era. 
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will grab the headlines for his hat-trick but he was getting plenty of chances created for him.
Sunday’s selection by Mikel Arteta was a return to Arsene Wenger’s philosophy at Arsenal
Emile Smith Rowe, Bukayo Saka, Martin Odegaard, Dani Ceballos – they can all create and there was a good message to press high collectively. Arsenal made Leeds look quite ordinary for most of this match because of that. 
Arteta flooded his team with quality and they overpowered their opponent. They were clever, too. It looked like Leeds goalkeeper Illan Meslier made a mistake for the penalty but Arsenal engineered that opportunity. 
Arteta’s attackers cut off any avenues in which Meslier could play the ball. As a result, he lost it and Arsenal had a spot-kick to make it 2-0. 
Arsenal made Leeds look ordinary for most of this match because of their press and creativity
Marcelo Bielsa’s full backs are very important to the way they attack. 
But they were so pre-occupied with Smith Rowe on the left wing and Saka on the right that they could not get out and fly forward. It was once Smith Rowe was substituted in the 62nd minute that Arsenal started to sit deep. 
They didn’t have the same energy in their pressing and that’s when Leeds started to claw their way back. What Arsenal did for the first hour of this match is what Arteta will be looking to build upon.