Long gone is the time of Arsenal’s glory days.
The Gunners were once the very top dog in England, and led by the stern hand of the legendary Arsene Wenger, they went on to achieve incredible heights.
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Back in the early 2000s, they were arguably at the peak of their powers. In 2003/04, they achieved immortality with their “Invincibles” run, winning the Premier League without a single loss to their name.
And soon after, on the second matchday of 2004/05, with a dramatic victory against Middlesbrough, they equalled Nottingham Forest’s 42-match unbeaten record and have done so in the most incredible fashion and with style.
Now, they have taken to Twitter to pay tribute to that match that happened on this very day in 2004.
What an afternoon this was at Highbury 😊 pic.twitter.com/F6Lby86LXH
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) August 22, 2019
And what a dramatic match it was.
The game went back and forth throughout the whole 90 minutes and after actually taking the lead through Thierry Henry, the Gunners soon found themselves 3-1 down and in a very difficult spot.
But they still managed to claw their way back and win the match 5-3.
After equalling that impressive record, they went on to beat it and set a new one at 49 games unbeaten.