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Arsenal make a record after their big win over Burnley



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Following an exceptional performance against Burnley resulting in a commanding 5-0 victory, Arsenal has etched their name into the record books with an unprecedented achievement in the realm of set-piece proficiency. The Gunners’ tally of 24 set piece goals this season, including penalties, stands as a historic milestone, marking their most prolific set-piece output in a single Premier League campaign since the 2004-05 season.

The win over Burnley exemplified Arsenal’s attacking potency, as Odegaard, Saka, Trossard, and Havertz starred in a goal-scoring extravaganza that showcased the team’s prowess in converting set pieces into decisive goals. The early lead established by Odegaard’s clinical finish set the tone for a dominant display, with Saka’s penalty and subsequent goals from Trossard and Havertz underlining Arsenal’s versatility and efficiency in dead-ball situations.

With this record-breaking feat, Arsenal not only solidifies their standing as a force to be reckoned with in set-piece scenarios but also underscores their commitment to excellence and innovation on the field. This achievement serves as a testament to the team’s collective effort, strategic acumen, and technical proficiency in capitalizing on set-piece opportunities to secure crucial victories in the Premier League.

As the Gunners bask in the glory of their remarkable win and historic milestone, they now shift their focus towards a challenging Champions League clash against FC Porto at Estádio do Dragão, where they aim to carry forward their winning momentum and continue their pursuit of success on the European stage. Arsenal’s record-setting performance against Burnley not only cements their position as title contenders in the Premier League but also highlights their relentless pursuit of excellence and achievement in the world of football.

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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