Opinion!! Why Arsenal Will Still Win The Premier League This Season Over Man United And Chelsea (Must Read)

Opinion!! Why Arsenal Will Still Win The Premier League This Season Over Man United And Chelsea (Must Read)

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After Liverpool thrashed Arsenal 4-0 at Anfield in the Premier League on August 27, 2017, a Liverpool fan suggested to me that Arsenal will finish outside the top four again.

He explained that Arsenal do not have the mentality to challenge for the title, and instead, his football club Liverpool are better placed to win the English Premier League and promised they will destroy Manchester City in their then upcoming encounter to prove that.

Okay o i replied.

The snake has swallowed the pig. Manchester City wrecked Liverpool 5-0 the following week and he has since refused to pick my call up till now.

That is the beauty of football. Last week Liverpool were title contenders after they thumped Arsenal at Anfield courtesy of goals from Firmino, Mané, Salah, Sturridge. This week though, some Liverpool fans are questioning why Jurgen Klopp spent £35m on Alex Oxlade Chamberlain.   smile emoticon smile emoticon

Arsenal infact have since moved on from the loss. They comprehensively beat Bournemouth 3-0in their last match.

Lacazette, who Arsenal bought in the summer transfer window, and is a BETTER STRIKER than Lukaku and Morata scored a stunning goal.

If he stays fit alongside Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez, the gunners have the most vibrant attacking side and can surely win the title this season.

And Arsene Wenger will celebrate winning the Premier League title like this below:



Written By Femi…

Can Lacazette, Ozil And Sanchez help Arsenal Win The League This Season?? Comment Below!!

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