Arsenal Breaks A New Negative Record Since 36 Years After Man City’s Loss

Arsenal has lost 3-1 against Manchester City today in the Premier League match day 11 to be the fourth loss for Arsenal this season in the Premier League which breaks a negative historical record for Arsenal for the first time since 1981.


Arsene Wenger blamed the referee for the penalty and third goal, which gave Manchester City the win and changed the game that ended 3-1. The game was going to be a humilation to Arsenal, but Thanks to Raheem Sterling who missed several chances and several wrong passes which were going to end the result with 5-1 or 6-1 in Man City’s favor.


Arsenal seems to be heading to one of their worse seasons since long without being able to win in five out of 11 Premier league matches where Arsenal drew once against Chelsea 0-0, and lost four times.

Arsenal’s 3-1 loss today is added to Arsenal’s loses 4-0 against Liverpool, 1-0 against Stoke City, and Watford 2-1. This became the first time since the season if 1981 Arsenal loses four out of their last six away games in the league.

Today’s loss leaves Arsenal with 19 points in the sixth place, and Man City on the top of the table with 31 points.


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