Arsenal’s defeat of Stoke was as routine as they come with The Gunners scintillating up front and solid at the back. Here are THREE reasons why Arsenal should make Top Four this season:
The Chilean was in fine form again scoring two for The Gunners, albeit with a helping hand from Asmir Begovic. Sanchez now has 12 goals and seven assists in his 20 Premier League appearances and is making an early shout for Player of the Season.
If Sanchez stays fit then Arsenal will most definitely get into the top four. No doubt about that #bbcfootball
— Diego the Alter Ego (@janniky) January 11, 2015
With sanchez in their team theres no way arsenal aint getting top 4
— 3PHIL (@Pressdeej) January 11, 2015
With Tottenham slipping up against Crystal Palace, Liverpool still far from their best and Southampton’s staying power questionable; the door to the top four is looking pretty ajar at the minute.
This performance is why arsenal are a top 4 certainty. Beginning to get nervous for today’s game, can see it being a draw #mufc
— santinoB (@santinoB1) January 11, 2015
Arsenal have now lost just one of their last 28 Barclays Premier League games at the Emirates (W19 D8 L1). Although ‘resilience’ is not a word that you’d usually associate with the Arsenal, the Emirates is unquestionably becoming a fortress.
This is why Arsenal will forever finish in the top four. Always win these type of games at home.
— Sean Hunt (@BetterCallSpurs) January 11, 2015
The Emirates is becoming a little bit of a fortress
— Oli Price-Bates (@OliPriceBates) January 11, 2015