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Arsenal very close to breaking a three decade old record in final league games

Arsenal have been outstanding this season as they are in the Premier League title race but it now looks like they could as well break a very old record.



( Arsenal players celebrating / Photo via Getty )

Arsenal’s prowess from corner kicks has placed them on the brink of etching their name in Premier League history. With 16 goals scored from corners this season, the Gunners have equaled the all-time league record jointly held by Oldham Athletic (1992-93) and West Bromwich Albion (2016-17). As the season enters its final stages, Arsenal have a golden opportunity to surpass this long-standing record and establish themselves as the most prolific team from corner kicks in Premier League history.

This remarkable achievement underscores Arsenal’s effectiveness in utilizing set-piece opportunities. The team’s combination of accurate deliveries, intelligent movement, and aerial prowess has consistently troubled opposing defenses. The Gunners’ strategic approach to corner kicks has transformed them into a potent attacking weapon, capable of unlocking even the most stubborn defenses.

The potential record-breaking feat is a testament to the meticulous planning and execution of Arsenal’s coaching staff and players. It highlights the team’s collective understanding and ability to capitalize on set-piece situations. As the season draws to a close, the anticipation surrounding each Arsenal corner kick will undoubtedly grow, with fans eager to witness a piece of Premier League history.

With a few games remaining, Arsenal have a chance to solidify their position as the corner kings of the Premier League. Their ability to consistently convert corner kicks into goals has added a new dimension to their attacking arsenal and played a significant role in their pursuit of the league title. As the record beckons, Arsenal fans will be hoping to witness their team etch their name in the annals of Premier League history.

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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