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After Arsenal’s 2-0 victory over Fulham, the team posed with a huge clock as a symbol of their triumph.
And followers believe they have the solution thanks to a brilliant theory.
Arsenal’s clock hands were signalled at 11 and 2.
Considering the Gunners have played 27 of their 38 scheduled games this season, many fans believe the message was a code for “11 games 2 go” before the end of the season.
In addition to a 3-0 victory over Fulham, Gabriel Jesus’s return was a treat to see for Arsenal’s traveling fans.
After being out for four months with a knee injury, the Brazilian has rejoined the first team.
His most recent tweet expresses his extreme happiness at having returned.
He wrote in a tweet, “So happy to be back. It’s as if I never left… Kudos to the team! Come on, men with guns!
In Arsenal’s lopsided victory over Fulham at Craven Cottage, Leandro Trossard scored a new Premier League record.
Supporters of Arsenal’s new January acquisition are ecstatic because of the positive impact he has made on the team’s title bid.
The former Brighton player is finally starting to make his mark after spending his first few games on the bench.
And he made an impression at the Cottage by dishing out three assists in the opening period, a remarkable feat.
According to Opta, this is the first time in Premier League history that a player recorded three assists in the first 45 minutes of an away game.
After scoring a hat trick for Brighton against Liverpool in October, Trossard made history by becoming the first player to do so since former Arsenal star Santi Carzola ten years ago.
The 3-0 victory over Fulham marked Mikel Arteta’s 100th victory as Arsenal manager.
The Spanish coach commented after the game, “I’m really happy that we won today, it’s the 100th (win for me) and hopefully there will be many more.
“It’s getting the wins the hard way and having a team you know supports everything we do,” he said.
Pep Guardiola slammed his Manchester City team, who are vying for the Premier League championship, by saying that Arsenal have shown more desire than they have.
Guardiola said, “They have gone many years without winning the Premier League, and that has given them a little bit extra to win games, as they have after 93, 96, or 98 minutes.
The fact that we have won two championships in a row has sated our hunger for more success.
In the United States, consistency tends to be abandoned after a victory, especially if the defending champions get off to a slow start or if a new rival team proves superior.
Even though Arsenal is in first place at the moment, we are still in the hunt. They know we want to be there at the end of the season, and I have no idea what will happen, but this is the best trophy there is. This is fantastic, and we will fight to get there.
The best thing for my team was how calmly and efficiently they played against Crystal Palace, how few chances they gave up, and how badly they wanted to win the game (because they wanted to get closer to Arsenal).