Havertz Makes History, Arsenal Hit Treble as Unbeatable Run Continues

Kai Havertz etched his name in football history books while leading Arsenal to a record-breaking 6-0 victory over Sheffield United on Monday night. The win showcased not only Havertz’s individual brilliance but also Arsenal’s relentless form, extending their winning streak to a stunning seven games.

Havertz, the former Chelsea star, scored the Gunners’ fourth goal in the 25th minute, marking a historical milestone – the 150,000th goal in English top-flight history according to Sky Sports. This achievement adds another layer to the German’s commendable performance since his £65 million summer transfer.

The victory itself was a dominant display by Arsenal, who found the net five times before the half-time whistle. Declan Rice and Ben White joined the goal-scoring party alongside Martin Odegaard and Gabriel Martinelli, showcasing the offensive depth at Mikel Arteta’s disposal.

This wasn’t just any routine win, however. Arsenal also carved their name into the club’s history books. They became the first team in the history of English football to score at least five goals in three consecutive away games. The Gunners previously hammered five past Burnley and West Ham, showcasing their potent attacking form across various opponents and venues.

While Havertz and Arsenal celebrated individual and collective success, Sheffield United endured another record-breaking night, but for all the wrong reasons. Chris Wilder’s men became the first team in English football league history to concede at least five goals in four consecutive home games across all competitions.

This historic thrashing marks a remarkable period for Arsenal under Arteta. The Gunners haven’t tasted defeat in the league since their mid-season trip to Dubai, winning every game since then. This impressive run has left Arteta confident, claiming that his team is currently experiencing its best form under his management.

With their title rivals faltering, Arsenal are making a strong case for themselves in the Premier League race. Their unwavering belief, coupled with their clinical attacking displays, makes them a force to be reckoned with as the season progresses. However, as Arteta wisely points out, maintaining this form and performance throughout the season is what truly matters at the end of the day.

Written by Owen Sanders

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