Skipper Mark Noble duly delivered, breaking the deadlock and then converting a penalty that he won himself as the Hammers beat the Cherries 4-0 at home and moved up to 16th place.
In the process the 32-year-old earned a place in Premier League Champion Alan Shearer's Team of the Week for 2020's first round of matches.
Made two very good saves, including one late on from Neal Maupay, to ensure his team came away with a point.
Seems to be getting back to his best in the Premier League after spending the second half of last season out on loan. He played his part in a solid defensive performance.
Trent Alexander-Arnold has been stealing the headlines recently but Robertson reminded everyone of his own qualities with his sixth assist of the season.
Delivered a captain's performance for his new manager, driving his team on with his energy and passing and scoring two very important goals.
A trip to Turf Moor is never easy but he produced a stunning performance and scored the second goal.
Ran the Spurs defence ragged and scored yet again. Many strikers would have just got their shot away first-time but Ings had the poise, confidence and skill to lift the ball over Toby Alderweireld and open up the goal.
Produced two fantastic finishes and very nearly completed his hat-trick, hammering the ball against the post.
Under their new head coach, Arsenal showed the aggression their fans have been crying out for and their high-energy pressing stopped Man Utd from releasing their pacy forwards. Arteta is changing the mood at the Emirates already.