Eighth in the Premier League! Arsenals worst record in 25 years

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 Eighth in the Premier League! Arsenals worst record in 25 years


The final game is of little significance to Arsenal, but Arteta is still out of the main force to help obamayan rush into the Premier League golden boots. The American sheep opened fire and scored a penalty in the first 5 minutes. He was the fastest penalty shooter in the opening four minutes against Middlesbrough in April 1999. He was also the Gabonese strikers 200th league goal, including 98 goals from Dortmund, 53 from Arsenal, 37 from St Etienne and 12 from other teams.

Obamayan then staged a world-famous inverted hook, but it was a pity that his quasi single shot failed to pass Fosters ten fingers at the last moment, and finally scored 22 goals, only one less than the Premier Leagues oldest Golden Boot VALDI. The American sheep have done their best, scoring 54 league goals since February 2018, the same period as the Premier League, but carry has not been able to move the weak Arsenal for a season.

Most of the season, the Gunners are just like the contrast between before and after the game. Sometimes they can play well, such as winning the Champions League and runner up Liverpool City. They also have some achievements, such as U20 assists Wang Saka, and Tierney, who scored his first career goal for Arsenal, was the first Scotsman to score for the Gunners after Marshall scored against Newcastle in March 1996. But more often than not, the whole team is at a loss like David Lewis. The Brazilian central defender League has given five penalty kicks to the opponent, setting a new Premier League record.

Watford, fighting for relegation, has a stronger fighting spirit. If Martinez did not block Welbecks heel shot, Arsenal would not have won the final game. Although the Gunners remained unbeaten for 15 years at the end of the league and won nine games, it was just a battle of honor. The result was that both sides were hurt. Watford fell to the championship, and the Gunners ranked eighth with only 56 points, which was the worst League record ranking in 25 years.

If Arsenal want to enter the European games next season, they have to fight for the FA Cup. If they can beat Chelsea in the final and win the cup, they can lock in the Europa League tickets. Otherwise, the Gunners will only have domestic matches to play in next season. It will be the first time that Arsenal will disappear from the European arena after 1995-96.

However, Chelsea have always been the most troublesome opponent for Arsenal. They have won six times at the Emirates Stadium, and are one of the visiting teams that have won the most games at the Gunners home stadium (draw with Manchester United). The Gunners play West London at home this season, with a half-time lead of one goal and a backward defeat. Since 2003, Arsenal have never won at home in a row, let alone the 1-4 defeat to the blues in the Europa League final last season. Two young coaches Arteta and Lampard are eager to win the first championship in charge. By contrast, Arsenal are the best team with the best record in the FA Cup, which won the first 13 times in history. The FA Cup was also jokingly called the warm cup. Arsene Wenger led the team to win seven times. Arteta, who has no substantial improvement in the teams record ranking after taking charge (Emmanuel also ranked eighth in the next class), has a lot of pressure. I wonder if this years FA Cup will become a new Baota Cup. Reading the Premier League ending: Red Devils and blues enter the Champions League, Tottenham enter the European League Waldi golden boots Premier League - B fee shoots lingarde to break through the wilderness, Manchester United 2-0 Leicester wins the third Premier League - Mount free kick, GIRU 5 times kills Chelsea 2-0 wolves to win the fourth place_ NSJS2656

However, Chelsea have always been the most troublesome opponent for Arsenal. They have won six times at the Emirates Stadium, and are one of the visiting teams that have won the most games at the Gunners home stadium (draw with Manchester United). The Gunners play West London at home this season, with a half-time lead of one goal and a backward defeat. Since 2003, Arsenal have never won at home in a row, let alone the 1-4 defeat to the blues in the Europa League final last season.

Two young coaches Arteta and Lampard are eager to win the first championship in charge. By contrast, Arsenal are the best team with the best record in the FA Cup, which won the first 13 times in history. The FA Cup was also jokingly called the warm cup. Arsene Wenger led the team to win seven times. Arteta, who has no substantial improvement in the teams record ranking after taking charge (Emmanuel also ranked eighth in the next class), has a lot of pressure. I wonder if this years FA Cup will become a new Baota Cup.