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Newspapers surrender to Arsenal in the Premier League: ‘Warning to Liverpool and City’

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Newspapers surrender to Arsenal in the Premier League: ‘Warning to Liverpool and City’

O Arsenal was not aware of the Sheffield United e achieved an incredible 6-0 against the bottom of the Premier League, this Monday (4), closing the 27th round. And the rout of Gunnerswhich stirred up the fight for the title, was praised by the world press.

In England, the newspaper The Sun stated that Mikel Arteta’s team was truly ”unstoppable” and highlighted that the dispute for the cup promises to be one of the most exciting in the history of the championship.

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”Even the goalkeeper of the Gunners, David Raya might be frustrated that he didn’t get in on the action! Arsenal were unrestrained and that should be applauded,” says the publication.

”This group is on track to fight Manchester City and Liverpool to the end in one of the tightest and most exciting title races we’ve ever seen,” the outlet concluded.

Already the Telegraph used the word ”devastating” to describe Arsenal’s performance against Sheffield.

”This was probably the most one-sided game in the history of the Premier League and the only surprise was that Arsenal scored just once in the second half”, praised the daily.

In Spain, the Sports world he also went crazy with the rout, stating that Arteta’s team is a true ”steamroller” on the field.

”Arsenal has become accustomed to scoring goals and its commitment to winning the Premier League is increasingly solid”, noted the Spanish outlet.

O Brandin turn, highlighted that Arsenal sent a serious warning to Liverpool and City.

”The massive victory was not by chance. Mikel Arteta’s students go from rout to rout in 2024. The seven games in the Premier League so far have resulted in seven wins and a goal difference of 31 goals in favor… and only three goals against”, concluded the diary.

On the field, Ödegaard, Bogle (own goal), Gabriel Martinelli, Havertz, Rice and White scored for the Gunners, who remain on the heels of the Manchester City (2nd) and the leader Liverpool.

With the victory, Mikel Arteta’s team reached 61 points, one unless the Citizens e two unless the Reds.

Gabriel Martinelli celebrates Arsenal’s goal against Sheffield in the Premier League ARREN STAPLES/AFP via Getty Images

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