More than ‘legend’ Wenger…Arteta scores ‘116’ in 200th Arsenal game

Mikel Arteta reached 116 wins in his 200th game in charge.

Arsenal recorded a 1-0 victory over Brentford in the 13th round of the 2023-24 Premier League (PL) season at the Gitek Community Stadium in Brentford, England, at 2:30 a.m. ET on Saturday. With the win, Arsenal moved to 30 points and into first place, ahead of Manchester City and Liverpool.

Before the game, Arsenal had a chance to move into first place. Title contenders Manchester City and Liverpool played to a 1-1 draw against each other, earning just one point. If Arsenal could take three points from this match, they would reach the 30-point mark faster than anyone else and would naturally take over first place.

The game was dominated by Arsenal. Despite being away from home, they had 64% possession and put Brentford under pressure. They also had several chances, attempting a whopping 15 shots in the 90 minutes.

However, Brentford’s goal was elusive. With the score at 0-0, Arteta brought on Eddie Nketiah and Kai Havertz for the second half. Nevertheless, the scoreboard remained at 0-0 until the final minutes of the second half. 토토사이트

Then, in the 44th minute, Arteta’s “choice” paid off. Substitute Haberz scored a goal off a pass from Xhaka. The game was over and Haberz gave Arsenal three valuable points.

The win was significant for more than just regaining the top spot in the league. It was Arteta’s 200th game in charge of Arsenal.

His first 200 games at Arsenal. Arteta has more ‘wins’ than anyone else. According to the PL’s official accounts, Arteta has 116 wins, 34 draws, and 50 losses in his 200 games for Arsenal. That’s more than “legend” Arsene Wenger. Wenger has 111 wins, 53 draws, and 36 losses in his first 200 games at Arsenal. That’s more losses than Wenger, but if you take out the early years when he was still building a foundation, it shows how influential Arteta has been.

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