Fifteen of the 41 Premier League goals Arsenal have conceded since the start of last season have been headers.
To prove we’re not plucking that seemingly audacious claim out of thin air, here’s FIVE reasons why… “The game centred on the first-half dismissal of Gunners” defender Gabriel, with Santi Cazorla also seeing red after the break. In keeping a clean sheet in the victory; ‘keeper Keylor Navas matched Miguel Angel’s club record (set in 1975-76) of four shutouts in the opening four games of a La Liga season.
Swansea – 1: Garry Monk’s side were favourites heading into their clash with Everton, but they will be more than satisfied with a point against the in-form Toffees.
The weekend also saw champions Juventus finally get back to winning ways, courtesy of a 2-0 win away at Genoa. A point is what they gain in the Power Rankings, too.
It was Zouma’s first Premier League objective and, maybe extra considerably, he was within the workforce instead of skipper John Terry, who was not chosen for a league match when he was match for the primary time by supervisor Jose Mourinho.
Anything is possible when Tottenham meet Arsenal at White Hart Lane on Wednesday.
The Citizens lost 1-2 to West Ham on Saturday. They lose considerable ground on the Hammers in the Power Rankings as a result.
Meanwhile, reports from Metro suggest the Spaniard could land at Old Trafford, with Manchester United having suffered a setback after the injury to Luke Shaw. Ronaldo, the current Federation Internationale de Football Association World Player of the Year, has been linked to Manchester United in the past, and the reported move by the Paris-based club means United will have a real challenge on their hands in the pursuit of their long-term target.
Although Hazard hasn’t quite lit up the Premier League in the manner he did last season, some of the criticism levelled at him so far has perhaps been unfair, as statistically he has performed excellently.
Sunderland – 0: Defeat at Bournemouth leaves them bottom of the Premier League table with just two points, while Chelsea’s victory over Arsenal sees Dick Advocaat’s men reprise said role in the Power Rankings version.