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Arsenal scored 6 goals and won easily in a Premier League match, which is considered one of the most lopsided games in history

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In a very one-sided match in the English Premier League, Arsenal dominated Sheffield United, winning 6-0 on Monday.

It was tough for Blades fans who attended the game at Bramall Lane, watching Arsenal relentlessly attack and score goals.

The game was pretty much over in just 15 minutes as Arsenal quickly took a 3-0 lead. Captain Martin Ƙdegaard scored first in the fifth minute, followed by an own-goal by Jayden Bogle. Gabriel Martinelli added the third goal in the 15th minute, causing many Sheffield United supporters to leave the stadium.

The exodus continued as Kai Havertz and Declan Rice made it 5-0 before halftime. Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher called it a disgraceful half of football, saying it was one of the most one-sided games he’d ever seen.

Despite aiming for the Premier League’s biggest win record of 9-0, Arsenal only scored one more goal in the second half, thanks to defender Ben White. Sheffield’s stadium was noticeably empty by the end of the night, with many home supporters leaving well before the final whistle. In contrast, Arsenal fans seemed to be enjoying their trip.

Arsenal played really well and won easily against Sheffield United, who didn’t put up much of a fight. Sheffield only had about 19% of the ball.

Sheffield United has been struggling since they joined the Premier League this season. Right now, they’re at the bottom of the league because of goal difference. In their last three games, they let in 12 goals and couldn’t score any.

On the other hand, Arsenal is doing great. They’re trying to win the league for the first time in 20 years. In the last seven games, they scored 31 goals. They also made history by being the first team to win three away games in a row by five goals or more. Arsenal’s manager, Mikel Arteta, said it was a tough game but their strong start made the difference.

He said, “We played really well, attacked a lot, and showed good skills, especially near the opponent’s goal. This put us in a strong position, and we kept it that way.

“We kept up the pace, stayed hungry, and I really like that about our team.”

The victory helped Arsenal stay close to other top teams. They’re just one point behind Manchester City, who is in second place, and two points behind Liverpool, the current league leader.

Next up, Arsenal will play against Brentford on Saturday, and they have a crucial match against City on March 31. Considering their recent performances, the players are feeling confident about facing any team.

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