Arsenal already held a 2-1 lead at Craven Cottage with after two goals of real quality from Alexandre Lacazette, before Ramsey, just 38 seconds after stepping off the bench, made it three in sublime style.
Speaking to Arsenal's official website yesterday, Iwobi said: "We're not afraid to play anyone".
'We have to keep quiet and work like we did before and the season is going well.
The fear had been that after the arduous trip for Thursday night's Europa League tie in Azerbaijan, Arsenal would be exhausted or at least suffer from that mysterious malaise induced by the competition. If he doesn't sign a new contract I really hope I don't see him doing that in the red shirts of Liverpool or Manchester United next season.
Under Wenger, Arsenal were often guilty of over-elaboration as their attacks would peter out due to an apparent desire to score the ideal goal every time.
He simply could not live with the pace of Danny Welbeck and Alex Iwobi and allowed Lacazette to turn in the box to score his first goal.
"We are happy because I think this shows the commitment we have in training and the quality and the understanding of our tactical position".
Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette and Fulham's Luciano Vietto battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Craven Cottage London
'It is very hard but we must prepare, continue improving and show big commitment'.
The 29-year old forward then added the Gunners' fourth 11 minutes from time, before rounding off the rout at the death with an assist from Ramsey.
And don't look now, but Arsenal has won nine games in a row under Unai Emery and are flying high.
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'I trust and believe that if we do this, one day we will win the game.
"He is very young, this is his first experience at this level but he was playing in Italy and with his national team", Emery said.
Aubameyang, too, would get in on the act as he collected a pass into the box from Bellerin before spinning and arrowing a left-footed strike past the helpless Bettinelli. There have been a few concerns over the last few weeks about the defense in particular, and how, although we were winning games, the amount of chances we were giving to the opposition was a worry.
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