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Arsenal’s best players over the last two seasons revealed in terms of minutes per goal

Arsenal have been outstanding in the last two seasons as they have twice in a row been runners up to the Premier League winners and here’s gunners best players over minutes per goal.

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Arsenal’s most effective players over the past two seasons, in terms of minutes per goal involvement, have been revealed. This analysis provides insights into the players’ efficiency in contributing to the team’s attacking play, combining both goals and assists across all competitions.

Topping the list is Leandro Trossard, who has proven to be Arsenal’s most efficient player with a goal or assist every 111 minutes. His consistent impact on the pitch has made him a valuable asset since his arrival. Close behind is Gabriel Jesus, who has maintained an impressive rate of a goal involvement every 125 minutes, showcasing his importance in the attacking lineup.

Bukayo Saka, often hailed as Arsenal’s star player, continues to shine with a goal or assist every 127 minutes. His contributions have been pivotal in maintaining Arsenal’s competitive edge, making him a cornerstone of the squad. Reiss Nelson, despite limited game time, has shown his potential by recording a goal involvement every 137 minutes, indicating his ability to make an impact when given the opportunity.

Fabio Vieira follows with a goal or assist every 157 minutes, highlighting his creative influence in the midfield. Martin Ødegaard, the club captain, has been integral to Arsenal’s success, contributing a goal involvement every 169 minutes. His leadership and creativity have been crucial for the team’s attacking dynamics.

Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Martinelli have also been significant contributors, with goal involvements every 171 and 179 minutes, respectively. Their youthful energy and attacking prowess have added depth to Arsenal’s forward options.

Kai Havertz, new to the team, has a goal involvement every 182 minutes, suggesting room for further integration and impact. Emile Smith Rowe, despite injury setbacks, has managed a goal involvement every 224 minutes, showing promise when fit. Declan Rice, primarily a defensive midfielder, still records a respectable 267 minutes per goal involvement, underscoring his all-round capabilities.

Lastly, Takehiro Tomiyasu, primarily a defender, has the lowest rate with a goal involvement every 411 minutes, reflecting his defensive focus.

Overall, these statistics underscore the depth and variety of attacking talent within Arsenal’s squad, with key players consistently stepping up to contribute crucial goals and assists over the past two seasons.

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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