ARSENAL are four points clear at the top of the table… but fans are rejoicing for another reason.
That’s because Arsene Wenger’s Invincibles remain the only unbeaten side in history after Manchester City lost to Liverpool today.
Arsenal fans are celebrating their team remaining the only ‘Invincibles’ side in Prem history
Man City were the only unbeaten side left this term before they lost at Liverpool
Pep Guardiola’s champs were yet to lose in nine league games before Sunday’s trip to Anfield.
But a goal from Liverpool star Mo Salah sealed a 1-0 win for the hosts, ending City’s dreams of not losing during the entire campaign.
It means Arsenal remain the only side to maintain a perfect record in one Premier League season.
The Gunners did not lose one single match during the 2003/04 term during Wenger’s golden years at the club.
Stars including Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira ensured Arsenal were the best team in the country, if not the continent.
But City’s stunning start to the season threatened to rock the boat.
However, thanks to Liverpool, Arsenal fans have now breathed a sigh of relief knowing their 18-year-old record still stands.
One exclaimed on Twitter: “Still the only team to go a season unbeaten. The Invincibles.”
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Another cried: “Invincibles Day falling while Arsenal are top of the league. This is football heritage.”
One declared: “Happy Invincibles day to every Arsenal fan around the world.”
Another added: “Arsenal remain Invincibles. This is why they hate us.”
To make things even better, Arsenal themselves are top of the table after a 1-0 win at Leeds.
They’ve already beaten tough sides including Liverpool and Spurs.
And Arsenal now sit four points clear of City as they seek a first title since the Invincibles ruled the country.