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Arsenal young guns show more resolve

Arsenal’s 3-2 win over Liverpool not only returned them to the top of the. Premier League, but also demonstrated that. Mikel Arteta’s side has added backbone and self-belief to their exciting brand of football, making them title contenders for the first time.

Arsenal has been one of the Premier League’s most exciting teams at times. But they have also been known for their mental fragility and tendency to crumble against top opponents.

Not any longer. In a thrilling match against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool. Who pushed Manchester City all the way in last season’s title race, they came back twice to win.

It was only Arsenal’s second Premier League victory over Liverpool in the last seven years, but the performance confirmed

For the fourth consecutive league home game. They have either fallen behind or conceded an equalizer but still won, defeating Fulham. Aston Villa, and north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur before their latest defeat.

Arsenal has been known for developing young players since. Arsene Wenger took over as manager in 1996, but their lack of success since their last league title in 2004 has often been attributed to a lack of senior players.

However, Arteta’s team is distinguished by its youth. On Sunday, the average age of their starting lineup was 24, with goal scorers Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka both 21.

The experience of this team distinguishes it from the underachieving teams at the end of Wenger’s reign. Martinelli made his debut in 2019, while Saka has been a starter since the start of the 2019-20 season.

The winger missed England’s final penalty in the. Euro 2020 final penalty shootout but stepped up to score the game-winning penalty against Liverpool.

FORESTS ARE UNLIKELY

Arsenal’s previous stadium, Highbury, was jokingly referred to as the library by rival fans, and the. Emirates Stadium, which they moved into in 2006. How times have changed. After Roberto Firmino and Darwin Nunez’s equalizers on Sunday. The home fans rose to their feet to rally their team, and Arteta said the fans played a significant role in the victory.

“I’ve never seen anything like it,” the manager added. “You have no idea how much it helps the players and how much belief and confidence it gives us.” It’s one of the most thoughtful things we’ve done since Another factor contributing to. Arsenal’s success this season has been the fans’ attitude, who have transformed their stadium into an unlikely fortress, winning all six games there this season in all competitions.

However, Arteta’s team is distinguished by its youth. On Sunday, the average age of their starting lineup was 24, with goal scorers Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka both 21.

It’s one of the nicest things we’ve done since we’ve been here – to bring everyone together and make it feel like you can come here and get some experience.” “You have no idea how much it helps the players and how much belief and confidence it gives us.

” It’s one of the most thoughtful things we’ve done since Another factor contributing to Arsenal’s success this season has been the fans’ attitude, who have transformed their stadium into an unlikely fortress, winning all six games there this season in all competitions. However, Arteta’s team is distinguished by its youth. On Sunday, the average age of their starting lineup was 24, with goal scorers Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka both 21.

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