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Arteta makes a record after his Arsenal side beat Manchester City

Arsenal emerged victorious on Sunday at the Emirates Stadium by beating Manchester City and their boss Mikel Arteta has achieved a personal record.

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( Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta / Photo via Getty )

This victory against Manchester City holds a special significance for Arsenal manager Mikel , as it marks a personal record for him. With this win, Arteta has now beaten all 24 clubs he has faced as Arsenal manager in the Premier League.

The match against City was highly anticipated, with Arsenal hoping to end their 12-game losing streak against the title rivals. The absence of Buyako Saka due to injury was a blow for the Gunners, but they found their hero in the fit-again Gabriel Martinelli. The winger came on at half-time and made a significant impact with his 86th-minute deflected finish, off the unfortunate Nathan Ake, hmm othe crucial 1-0 victory.

This win not only ended Arsenal’s losing streak against City but also served as a statement win for Arteta’s side. Currently sitting in 2nd position on the Premier League table with 20 points in the 2023/24 campaign, the Gunners have shown their title ambitions with this impressive victory.

Looking ahead, Arsenal’s next challenge will be an away game against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, 21st October. The international break provides Arteta and his team with some time to regroup and prepare for this important clash.

Arteta’s achievement of beating all 24 clubs he has faced as Arsenal manager in the Premier League is a testament to his tactical acumen and ability to get the best out of his players. It highlights the progress he has made since taking charge of the club and instills confidence in both the team and the fans.

As Arsenal continues their quest for success in the Premier League, this record-breaking win serves as a reminder of Arteta’s impact and the potential for future achievements under his guidance.

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