The raucous North London neighbor has been causing Gunners a great deal of trouble in the City of London this season. In Arsenal's last three games, rival teams' fans have reportedly attempted to demoralize the Gunners' supporters by chanting against them in the Emirates Stadium, according to reports. Starting with Norwich, Burnley, and even small Wimbledon, the list goes on. Because of Arsenal's early season disaster at the start of the season, these teams appear to have forgotten about their position in the standings.
Gunners have gotten back on track, and they have established themselves as the undisputed rulers of North London. Arsenal has a relatively young team of players that are capable of completely dominating their opponents; yet, what they lacked at the start of the season was understanding, as well as the absence of several crucial members of the squad. Since re-integrating these players into the team, the team's results have improved.
Spurs are a long way behind Arsenal in terms of quality, and as I mentioned previously, they have a weak squad. Striker is dissatisfied with the team's defense, midfield, and striker himself. They have little chance against a team that has been prepared intellectually and physically. Prior to their trip to the Emirates Stadium, they had suffered three consecutive defeats against Crystal Palace. You can't go into Arsenal with that kind of form and expect to win the game.
Arsenal is not only displaying themselves as the undisputed ruler of North London at the moment. With their current form, there is speculation that they will move into the top four if they keep playing like this. They are currently playing excellent football. This is a fantastic football pattern that has been quite beneficial to the club. Arteta promised before the end of the previous season that the Gunners would be even better this season. He has kept his word. Arsenal is showing clear signs of regaining its winning ways, as evidenced by their recent results.
It would be extremely dangerous for any club to misjudge Arsenal at this point in time. Trophies will be gratified by a future young team that is being wielded in the proper orientation; you will not see it coming, but you will witness it. Although the media may be attempting to write Arsenal off as a result of their losses over the last five years, it would be unwise not to draw attention to the new group of players who have joined the team.
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