Arsenal have scored 300 goals in 161 Premier League matches under Arteta – the fourth most in the competition

Only Guardiola, Klopp and Pellegrini achieved this figure faster

In an away match against Sheffield United (6:0) Arsenal scored their anniversary, 300th goal in English Premier League with the head coach Michele Arteta.

This happened in the 161st match of the Spanish specialist at the head of the Gunners within this tournament. Only three managers in Premier League history have needed fewer matches to achieve a similar goal tally. The record holder is Josep Guardiola (120 matches), followed by Jürgen Klopp (142) and Manuel Pellegrini (149).

41-year-old Arteta has been at the helm of Arsenal, where he retired as a player, since December 2019. He previously worked as Guardiola’s assistant at Manchester City. The young specialist won three trophies with the Gunners (Cup, two Super Cups) and returned the team to the Champions League.

At the moment, Arteta’s charges are in earnest – seven victories in the championship in a row, the last four with a difference of 21:1. On the road, the Londoners score at least five goals in three matches in a row.

Arsenal are in third place in the Premier League. Arteta’s team scored 61 points and continues to move close to the championship leaders. The Gunners’ next match will host Brentford on March 9.

Source: Sportarena

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