The Arsenal’s recent record of late-winning goals and what it means for their chances of winning the Premier League title

Despite the roaring Kenilworth Road crowd as Arsenal triumphed, Rob Edwards was more understanding of the outcome. Being the manager of Luton Town, Edwards had known what to expect from Arsenal, having planned against their late-game strategies with Thomas Frank. On this exciting 4-3 game, Declan Rice’s goal became the fifth time Arsenal managed to change the game after the 84th minute. Rob Edwards was aware that Arsenal was a force to be reckoned with, appreciating their world-class performance.

He knew it was tough to predict and even harder to defend but admired Arsenal’s top players after their outstanding performance. Arteta emphasized that, despite some goals potentially being causes for concern, Arsenal’s efficiency was undoubtedly impressive. Even late goals in games against major rivals showed the team’s composure and strengths as they showed to be a match for any rivals.

In this wild game, Arsenal’s manager highlighted the team’s progress and their sudden bursts of brilliance that the opponent found hard to contain. With Havertz and Jesus scoring, Arteta revealed his plan to promote tactical variety from the last season, noting the 11 different players that scored within 11 consecutive goals.

These moments of quality and composure are Arteta’s ideal, as he emphasized the importance of players reaching their best level. Looking ahead, Arteta prioritized not being dependent on one scorer, and opposition managers have learned that Arsenal can come from anywhere and clinch late victories.