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Arsenal breaks own statistical record this season after win over Leicester City

Arsenal have been outstanding this season as they are at the top of the Premier League table and they made some interesting statistical record after beating Leicester City.

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On Saturday, Arsenal made an interesting statistical record as they defeated Leicester one nil. The Gunners have now taken 31 points from just 13 away matches in the Premier League this season, more than they did in the whole of last season (28 points in 19 matches) as per William Hill.

The match started off with a slow start as both teams were unable to break the deadlock in the first half. However, Arsenal came out of the blocks quickly in the second half and Gabriel Martinelli scored the only goal of the game just 46 minutes into the second half. The goal was enough to secure all three points for Arsenal and send them two points clear at the top of the Premier League table.

The win was a huge boost for Arsenal who are now two points ahead of Manchester City at the top of the table. It was also a great result for manager Mikel Arteta who has been under pressure recently after some poor results. The win will give his team confidence going into their next match against Burnley on Sunday.

Overall, it was a great performance from Arsenal and it is clear that they are making progress under Arteta’s leadership. With 31 points from 13 away matches this season, they are well on their way to achieving their goals this season and could be set for a successful campaign if they continue to perform like this.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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