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05’ – GOAL! – Sheff Utd 0-1 Arsenal: (Odegaard). The Arsenal captain calmly taps in Rice’s pass from the left.

13’ – GOAL! – Sheff Utd 0-2 Arsenal: (Bogle own goal). That’s a surprising turn of events. Saka effortlessly bypasses his opponent on the right and delivers a low cross that Bogle accidentally puts into his own net.

15’ – GOAL! – Sheff Utd 0-3 Arsenal: (Martinelli). This is becoming embarrassing for Sheff Utd. Martinelli unleashes a shot that takes a deflection and beats Grbic after a rapid counterattack from Arsenal catches The Blades off guard.

25’ – GOAL! – Sheff Utd 0-4 Arsenal: (Havertz). The visitors make it look too easy. This time, Havertz charges forward after receiving a pass from Martinelli and smashes a low shot into the far corner.

39’ – GOAL! – Sheff Utd 0-5 Arsenal: (Rice). A patient build-up results in Saka providing a pass for Rice to calmly slot home.

58’ – GOAL! – Sheff Utd 0-6 Arsenal: (White). The Gunners are unstoppable! This time, White thunders in a shot from the right side of the box after a lay off from Havertz.


Arsenal’s dominant performance against Sheffield United not only solidified their position in the title race but also closed the gap on Premier League leaders Liverpool and Manchester City. The Gunners’ 6-0 victory showcased their attacking prowess and determination to compete for the top spot in the league. Despite currently sitting in third place, Arsenal’s emphatic win sends a clear message to their rivals that they are serious contenders for the title.


Martin Odegaard initiated the scoring, followed by an own goal from Jayden Bogle and goals from Gabriel Martinelli and Kai Havertz. Declan Rice then added a fifth goal just before halftime, allowing Arsenal to equal the record for the most goals scored by a team in the first half of a Premier League match. Despite Sheffield United’s feeble performance, they did put up some resistance in the second half until Ben White scored a brilliant goal from the right side of the area. With this victory, Arsenal, currently in third place, are now only two points behind league leaders Liverpool, who will face Manchester City in their next match. Arsenal will strive to secure their eighth consecutive league win and claim the top spot when they face Brentford on Saturday. Meanwhile, Sheffield United, who are still at the bottom of the table and 11 points away from safety, will travel to Bournemouth.


Arsenal’s dominant performance against Sheffield United showcased their attacking prowess once again, with Mikel Arteta’s team scoring an impressive 31 goals during their current seven-match winning streak in the 2024 league season. The Gunners secured their fourth consecutive away victory in the Premier League, making history as the first English team to win three consecutive away games by a margin of five or more goals. With their momentum at an all-time high, Arteta and his team are in a strong position as they compete in a tight title race with two other contenders heading into a crucial period in March.



SHEFF UTD: Grbic 6, Bogle 4, Ahmedhodzic 4, Trusty 4, Robinson 5, Norwood 4, Souza 5, Hamer 5, Davies 4, McBurnie 4, McAtee 4. Subs: Osborn 5, Baldock 5, Osula 5, Brooks 5, Arblaster 5.

ARSENAL: Raya 7, White 8, Saliba 7, Gabriel 7, Kiwior 8, Odegaard 9*, Jorginho 8, Rice 8, Saka 8, Havertz 8, Martinelli 8. Subs: Vieira 6, Partey 6, Jesus 6, Cedric 6, Trossard 6.

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