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Arteta Makes Arsenal a Monster in the Premier League

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Arteta Makes Arsenal a Monster in the Premier League

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia

Coach Arsenal Mikel Arteta claimed to have succeeded in creating a monster in Premier League. This refers to match statistics this season which are above average.

Arsenal achieved a landslide victory with a score of 6-0 against Sheffield United in the Premier League, Tuesday (5/3) early morning WIB, further proving the sharpness of Arteta’s squad.

Currently, the Gunners are listed as the team that has scored the most goals in the Premier League even though they are not at the top of the standings.



Until the 27th week of the Premier League, Arsenal proved to be the most successful by scoring a total of 68 goals in the Premier League.

The London Cannon are still four goals ahead of Liverpool (64 goals) who are at the top of the Premier League standings. Meanwhile, Manchester City is in third place with 62 goals.

Apart from being the most productive team, Arsenal is also listed as the club with the most clean sheets.

Not only that, the club from North London is also claimed to be the team that concedes the fewest goals and also faces the fewest shots on target from opponents.

“Arteta has created a monster,” wrote Squawka on his official Twitter or X account.

Even so, Arsenal have not yet collected the most points. They are still in the top three of the standings with a score of 61.

However, Arsenal is only two points away from Liverpool and one point away from Man City. This situation makes the competition for the Premier League title even hotter.

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