Southampton saw their hopes of remaining in the Premier League come the end of the season take another hit on Sunday afternoon, when their side went down 2-0 to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, and after the match fans vented their frustrations with one of their starters from the contest.
The German attacking midfielder had not started a game for Arsenal since their 1-1 draw away to Brighton & Hove Albion on December 26 due to a knee problem, but showed no ring rust as he rattled home the first goal in the fourth minute.
Emery brought Mesut Ozil back into the side for their game against the Cherries and he opened Arsenal's account after just four minutes.
On Ozil, he added: "I think he is happier with us".
"But we were speaking and we need to take the opportunity like today, these three points".
That was a sentiment shared by Arsenal supporters, as the chant "Tottenham Hotspur, we're coming for you!" could be heard ringing around the stands at the Emirates.
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And winger Mkhitaryan said: "Well we are not looking at the table at the moment because we still have lots of games to play".
'It was a good performance (against Bournemouth) and we can be proud of every player.
"Today we can win with a bigger difference than the two goals".
"(Southampton) have very fast players like Redmond, and they created good chances.
'We need the players in the first XI and on the bench, and we need a big commitment from every player to help us.
Arsenal kept pouring forward early on but Bournemouth had a rare chance as Josh King headed just over.