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Mikel Arteta breaks his own record after Arsenal’s win over Brentford



( Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta / Photo via Getty )

Following Arsenal’s impressive 2-1 victory over Brentford, Mikel Arteta, the Gunners’ tactician, achieved a significant milestone by setting a new record for the club. Arsenal’s win against Brentford marked their eighth consecutive triumph in the Premier League under Arteta’s stewardship, a feat never before accomplished during his tenure.

The Gunners’ scintillating form has propelled them to the top of the Premier League table with 64 points from 28 matches in the ongoing 2023/24 campaign, showcasing their dominance and consistency in domestic competition. Despite facing stiff competition, Arsenal’s relentless pursuit of success under Arteta’s guidance has seen them string together an unprecedented run of victories, cementing their status as genuine title contenders.

Arteta’s tactical acumen and leadership have been instrumental in Arsenal’s resurgence, with the team exhibiting a blend of attacking flair and defensive solidity that has proven decisive in navigating the challenges of the Premier League. The record-breaking eighth consecutive league win not only signifies Arteta’s growing influence and impact at the club but also highlights the collective effort and dedication of the players in executing his vision on the field.

As Arsenal revels in their newfound position at the league summit, Arteta’s achievement serves as a testament to his managerial prowess and the progress made by the team under his guidance. With a crucial UEFA Champions League clash against Porto looming, Arteta’s focus now shifts to maintaining this momentum and guiding Arsenal towards further success in both domestic and European competitions. The Gunners’ fans will undoubtedly be buoyed by this record-breaking feat and the prospect of more triumphs under Arteta’s leadership as they continue their quest for silverware in the 2023/24 season.

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