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Arsenal break all-time Premier League record in comfortable Leeds win



Arsenal breal all-time premier League record

Arsenal break all-time Premier League record as they made it three wins in a row after their brilliant 4-1 win over Leeds United at Elland Road on Saturday night.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal has now broke an all-time Premier League record as they secure another 3 points in their latest 4-1 win over Marcelo Bielsa’s men.

The Gunners dominated the game from the first minutes and resgistered 11 shots on target in the first half.

In achieving so, the Gunners had set a new Premier League record in a half time which saw the found the back of the net three times.

Arsenal opened the scoreline with just 15 minutes into the game through Gabriel Martinelli, before the Brazillian youngster doubles the leads 12 minutes later.

Gunner’s midfielder Bukayo Saka then added the third goal few minutes before the half-time.

Leeds put one back from the penalty spot through Raphinha which was too late for Marcelo Bielsa’s men to smach a three goals equalizer.

Emile Smith Rowe was introduced into the game in the second half and the England midfielder got himself on the scoresheet as he fires in the fourth goal for the Gunners through Martin Odegaard’s through pass.

Arsenal have now won three games in a row, a stunning 3-0 win over Southampton and and a brilliant 2-0 win over West Ham United last week.

Arsenal now sit fourth on the Premier League table with 32 points from 18 games and sitting four points above fifth place West Ham United.

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Speaking after the game, Arteta told Sky Sports : “It was a great performance from the lads. They’re the ones who have to execute [the game plan] against a team who are uncomfortable to play against. We’ve had three games in a week, very physical games. I’m very pleased.

“We had some intentions. I think the players understood the game really well. We were really effective and in the first half we were really good. I think we deserved these three wins and we’re really pleased.”

Martinelli was also pleased with his side’s display in what was one of his best games in an Arsenal shirt.

“It was a very good result. It’s so important for the team,” he told Sky Sports. “All the team played well and we’re so happy with the work and the result.

“That’s what Mikel [Arteta] asks from us. Every time we go into the final third we need to be dangerous.

“As I always say, we have a young team but a very strong team with good players. Emile [Smith Rowe] came from the bench and scored another goal. I’m so happy for the team.”

Meanwhile, Leeds were having some bad time at the moment, after suffering a 7-0 in their last League game against Manchester City on Tuesday.

With Arsenal adding another 4 goals, this means Leeds have now conceded 11 goals in just two matches.

This is the first time that Leeds United have lost three league games in a row during Marcelo Bielsa’s tenure.

Arsenal Breaks all-time Premier League record

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