The France striker, who completed a £52million move to the Emirates earlier this month, scored the second goal in their 2-0 pre-season victory over Sydney FC in Australia.
He marked his bow with a goal and that has earned him a start today.
Sydney FC failed to defend a corner properly and Per Mertesacker hooked the ball in from close range after four minutes.
Next season will be equally trying, with the Gunners travelling to arch nemesis Stoke City, Liverpool and Chelsea in the first few games and their recent record suggest that they are more likely to fall short that come out with the goods.
"All of them did well and in the first half they were excellent".
It's because of my experience as a player in England I can fully appreciate the emotions numerous Wanderers' players have experienced (and will experience) as they've prepared for this special occasion.
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Joe Willock also impressed in midfield sniffing out danger as well as making good forward runs and nearly grabbing a goal for himself.
"Last year we set a very high standard for ourselves so it's about using that as a base for this year", said Brosque. Danny Welbeck did have the chance to double the lead after a penalty was given for a handball that was not.
But just as the 20-year-old was facing redundancy Arsenal signed the youngster in the January transfer window. After 35 minutes, the visitors had registered 15 shots.
Iwobi pulled the ball back and Lacazette was waiting from seven yards out to divert the ball past Redmayne, ensuring that Arsenal are up and running with a convincing win.
Mesut Ozil, Lacazette and the rest of the squad could be seen kicking back in the pool facilities, while striker Olivier Giroud was also present despite continued speculation regarding his future. Midfielders Roly Bonevacia and Chris Herd and right-back Josh Risdon are in-line to make the debuts for Western Sydney Wanderers after arriving during the off-season.