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Arsenal sets unwanted record with Burnley draw

Uninspiring Arsenal sets unwanted record with 0-0 Burnley draw

February 2, 2020 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The Gunners found themselves on the wrong side of history once again following their drab performance at Turf Moore.

Once again, a frustrating afternoon at Turf Moore saw Arsenal entering the Premier League's history books for the wrong reasons. A 0-0 draw against the Clarets led the Gunners to register their lowest-point tally after 25 matches in a season - a feat that was last achieved 107 years ago.

Having seen a number of the top-four chasing sides drop points this weekend, Arsenal needed a win to cover some ground but saw the margin retained. The Emirates outfit staged a contest which served up a meager amount of opportunities for them to get the maximum point. In hindsight, it was the hosts who had the most goal-scoring chances to potentially punish the London club but failed to utilize any.

Ultimately, the games ended in a stalemate, extending Arsenal's winless run against Burnley to 13. As things stand, Arsenal has now managed just six wins from 25 Premier League games this season - drawing 13 and losing six. The feat is the Gunners' lowest tally-ever after that amount of Premier League matches in a season since 1912/13 when they managed just a single win.

Furthermore, Mikel Arteta's sides' total of 13 draws this season is also the joint-most any side has accumulated in a 38-game top-flight campaign. The Londoners are now the first team to share spoils with other clubs in more than 12 games of their first 25 match ups since Manchester United in 1980/1981.

Currently, Arsenal is ten points adrift fourth-placed Chelsea and will feature in its next Premier League game after the break on February 16 at home to Newcastle United.


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