Into the first week of the new year, the Hard Tackle takes a look at Arsenal's top moments of 2016
Arsenal thrashed a relegated Aston Villa 4-0 at home in a superb display of attacking football, making it look easier than it actually was. Giroud's hattrick and Mark Bunn's own goal helped Arsenal finish the season in second place on the table.
Arsenal travel to St. James’ Park to face Newcastle United on Saturday and they will be without Arteta, Wilshere and Debuchy. Arsenal face Newcastle United on Sunday in a bid to get closer to the second place in the Premier League. Currently, only a point behind Manchester City and six points behind league leaders Chelsea, Arsenal have one eye on the second place and another on the title. However, winning the title is a distant dream for Arsenal and they will have to work harder than ever to achieve that dream. Arsenal play their second consecutive away game. They visit Newcastle United on the back of a 2-0 victory against Monaco which saw them come agonisingly close to sealing a place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. Arsene Wenger revealed the team news ahead of the game against Newcastle United. Speaking about the general fitness of the team, Arsene Wenger confirmed that there are no new major injuries. But […]
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