Eddie Nketiah scored a brace, the game-winning goal in the 90th minute, to help Arsenal pass a significant test for their Premier League title ambitions in a thrilling 3-2 victory over Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium last night.
Nketiah and Bukayo Saka successfully negated Marcus Rashford’s spectacular opening goal, and Lisandro Martinez subsequently leveled the score in a remarkable performance by two excellent offensive forces.With a few minutes remaining, Nketiah expertly flicked in his second goal of the match, sparking a stir in North London and assisting Arsenal in reaching 50 points through their first 19 games of the season.
Arsène Wenger led the North London club to its first undefeated season in the 2003–04 Premier League, solidifying his managerial legacy and staying power among the Arsenal fan base. The team concluded the regular season with 26 wins, 12 draws, 0 losses, and 90 points, which is tied for the tenth-highest point total in Premier League history. After 19 games, the present club has outperformed its earlier performances based on accumulated points as well as goal difference, but it remains to be seen if they can also win the league.
After 19 games in 2003-04, the Invincibles had 16 wins, 3 draws, and a goal difference of 26 to go along with 45 points. But the current team has accumulated 50 points, has a higher goal difference with 29, but has also recorded one loss.
Arsenal finished the season with the strongest offense and tightest defense because of their ruthless, exciting style of quick passing and cold steel defense. Arsene Wenger’s squad frightened opponents and changed the Premier League with the help of Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira. Even if the cold statistics assured eternity, the game’s style captured people’s attention.
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