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Arsenal FC are still close to Liverpool FC and Manchester City after a landslide win

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Arsenal FC are still close to Liverpool FC and Manchester City after a landslide win

After a resounding victory, Arsenal FC remains on the heels of leaders Liverpool FC and defending champions Manchester City in the Premier League. National soccer player Kai Havertz was also one of the goalscorers in third-placed Sheffield United’s 6-0 (5-0) win at bottom team Sheffield United on Monday. According to data provider Opta, the German scored a total of 150,000 on Monday evening with his goal to make it 4-0. Goal in England’s top league.

The broadcaster Sky Sports described him as a “history maker” in a post on X (formerly Twitter). Havertz himself preferred to comment on the victory, which in his opinion was “another big one”. “The fans were crazy, come home safely!” wrote the former Leverkusen player on Instagram. Arsenal are two points behind Liverpool and one behind Manchester City.

Sheffield fans leave early

The Norwegian Martin Odegaard gave the guests the lead in the fifth minute. Before that, Bukayo Saka hit the crossbar, Gabriel Martinelli’s follow-up shot was blocked on the goal line, and Havertz narrowly slipped past an input. An own goal from Jayden Bogle (13th) and an unstoppable deflected shot from Martinelli (15th) ensured the decision early on.

Havertz added his fourth goal with a left-footed shot into the far corner in the 25th minute, and Declan Rice (39th) increased the score before the break. At this point the first Sheffield fans had long since left the stadium. Your team had recently lost twice at home with 0:5 and before that with 2:5. Arsenal even increased, Ben White (58th) scored after a pass from Havertz to make the final score.

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Inter Milan ahead in Italy

The hosts, who had been desolate for an hour, were able to avoid conceding any further goals. According to Opta, the Gunners are only the second team in England’s top flight to score five or more goals in three away games in a row. Coach Mikel Arteta’s team had previously won 5-0 at Burnley FC and 6-0 at West Ham United, SC Freiburg’s Europa League round of 16 opponents.

Meanwhile, Inter Milan seem to be moving inexorably towards their 20th title win in the Italian championship. The leaders, who have been undefeated in the league since the end of September, celebrated a lackluster 2-1 (2-0) against CFC Genoa 1893 and thus won their twelfth competitive game after the turn of the year. At the same time, in the hunt for their first Scudetto since 2021, the Lombards increased their lead over their pursuers and record champions Juventus Turin to 15 points eleven rounds before the end of the season.

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Kristjan Asllani (30th) and Alexis Sanchez (38th, hand penalty) set the course for victory before the break for Inter, where former U-21 national team captain Yann-Aurel Bisseck came on as a substitute 17 minutes before the final whistle. Johan Vasquez (54th) only scored a consolation goal for Genoa.

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