Hull – a 3-1 victory at Hull City headquarters not only opens up a chance to finish runner-up Arsenal. The win also marked the ‘Gunner’ has recorded 100 goals in all competitions.
Come to Kingston Stadium last night, two goals from Alexis Sanchez and a goal from Aaron Ramsey inspires Arsenal victory. The only goal the home team’s reply made Stephen Quinn in the second half.
Arsenal’s 100th goal came as Sanchez created his second goal in this match towards the end of the first half. The Chilean attacker meet a breakthrough Aaron Ramsey before Hull’s keeper struck the ball into the empty goal.
Note InfostradaLive, 100 goals by the Gunners consists of 66 goals in the Premier League, 19 goals in Europe, 11 goals in the FA Cup, 1 goal in the League Cup, and three goals in the Community Shield.
“At first it shows that we are an offensive team that likes going forward,” said Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on the club’s official website.
“The most important thing now is that we feel that we are making progress since the beginning of the season and people now see us in a different way than as in September.”
“We are now consistent and consistency is the first signal of quality. We’ve graduated from several tests in a positive way. What is most important now is to remain like this for the increase, to make progress,” Wenger straightforward.
These results make Arsenal has 70 points with Manchester City who sit in second place with 35 games. However, Arsenal had a chance to create a distance because it still has one game remaining.