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Arsenal break important record despite not winning the Premier League

Arsenal has finished this season in the second position on the Premier League table but they have however broken some important record.



( Arsenal players celebrating / Photo via Getty )

Despite falling short in their bid to win the Premier League title, Arsenal can take solace in the fact that they have broken a record this season. The Gunners scored 88 league goals, the most they have ever scored in a Premier League season, surpassing the 87 league goals scored in the 2004/05 season.

This record-breaking feat is a testament to the attacking prowess of Arsenal’s players, who have been in fine form throughout the season. Led by the likes of Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka, and Martin Odegaard, Arsenal’s attack has been a joy to watch this season.

Despite their impressive goal-scoring form, Arsenal were unable to win the league title this season. They were in a fierce title race with Manchester City and had led the league table for 10 months before a defeat against Nottingham Forest in their 37th game week saw them lose the trophy to The Citizens.

Arsenal’s second-place finish is still a commendable achievement, considering the progress they have made under manager Mikel Arteta. The Gunners have reached the final of the Europa League and have shown signs of improvement throughout the season.

The record-breaking season will provide a positive platform for Arsenal to build on next season. With the likes of Martinelli, Saka, and Odegaard in their ranks, Arsenal will be hoping to mount another title challenge and end their long wait for a Premier League title.

Arsenal’s attacking prowess has been a highlight of their season, and their record-breaking feat is a testament to the quality of their attacking players. The Gunners will be looking to build on this success and continue their progress under Arteta next season. Despite missing out on the title this year, Arsenal can take pride in their performances and look forward to a bright future.

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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