Willian helped to set up all three goals on his debut to lead Arsenal to a 3-0 victory over promoted Fulham on Saturday in the opening match of the pandemic-delayed Premier League season at an empty Craven Cottage. The offseason recruit from Chelsea took just eight minutes to make an impact with a close-range shot parried by goalkeeper Marek Rodak and Alexandre Lacazette tapped in the opener. It was a corner from Willian four minutes into the second half that allowed Gabriel to claim a debut goal. The defensive signing from Lille was left unmarked to head into the net. And Willian’s pass fed Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who faced little resistance as he cut in before curling into the top corner. It was a chastening start to life back in the top flight for Fulham. Just like Craven Cottage – where the stand by the River Thames still is being constructed – manager Scott Parker has a lot of work ahead if the west London club is to survive in the world’s richest league. The Premier League season started a month later than scheduled due to the pandemic that is still preventing fans from attending games.