After Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspurs in the North London Derby, Arsenal has broken an all-time record, and another record this decade which was held for 12 years.
Arsenal’s winning streak had never been better at the Emirates Stadium, and Arsenal just set a new record of 11 consecutive wins at Home, Emirates Stadium, for the first time ever since moving to the Emirates Stadium from the previous iconic stadium, Highbury.
Arsenal didn’t lose at home since January in 11 matches, which isn’t only an all-time record for the Emirates Stadium, but also for the first time this decade where Arsenal is so close to breaking their best all-time winning run of 13 consecutive matches in 2005 where Arsenal didn’t lose at home for 13 matches between February and November 2005.
Arsenal has three Premier League leagues that can decide whether Arsene Wenger can break his previous all-time best winning run with the invincible again or not.
Arsenal’s next three home games are against Huddersfield Town and Newcastle United which seems possible to make Arsenal equalize their all-time best winning run, and finally a tough match against Manchester United at home which can decide whether Arsenal can set an all-time new record or not.