Arsenal beats bottom-placed Sheffield United and follows the leaders

In the last game of the 27th round of the Premier League, Arsenal did not take notice of bottom team Sheffield United even though they were playing away from home on Monday (4). 

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With an overwhelming first half, the team led by Mikel Arteta won 6-0, with goals from Odegaard, Bogle (own), Gabriel Martinelli, Rice, Havertz and Ben White, and continued to hunt leaders Liverpool.

Arsenal entered the field with the third best attack in the competition, but now leads the statistics, with 68, and also has the best goal difference in the Premier League, 44. Liverpool has 64 goals, and Manchester City 62.

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As a result, with 11 rounds to go, the top three remain stuck at the top: leader Liverpool has 63 points, compared to 62 for Manchester City and 61 for Arsenal. Sheffield United remain in last place with 13 points.

Furthermore, Arsenal host Brentford next Saturday, the same day that Sheffield United visits Bournemouth. In the Champions League, Mikel Arteta’s men are competing for a place in the quarterfinals against Porto – the return game is scheduled for the 12th, Tuesday, and the Portuguese have a one-goal advantage in the match.

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