‘Happy Invincibles day’ – Giddy Arsenal fans react to Liverpool losing as Gunners cling onto record for another season

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‘Happy Invincibles day’ – Giddy Arsenal fans react to Liverpool losing as Gunners cling onto record for another season

ARSENAL fans are celebrating ‘Invincibles Day’ after West Ham beat Liverpool 3-2. The Reds were the only team unbeaten team left in

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ARSENAL fans are celebrating ‘Invincibles Day’ after West Ham beat Liverpool 3-2.

The Reds were the only team unbeaten team left in the Premier League ahead of their visit to the London Stadium.

West Ham ended Liverpool’s unbeaten record with a 3-2 win
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One fan posted this image on Twitter to celebrate Liverpool’s defeat[/caption]

But defeat means they cannot match Arsenal’s invincible 2003-04 season.

It is a triumph no other club has managed in the Premier League and a record many Arsenal fans are proud of, regardless of how well the current team is fairing.

But after the Gunners stretched their unbeaten run to ten games with a win over Watford, it is a very good day to be an Arsenal fan.

West Ham’s win means Arsenal are just two points off fourth-placed Liverpool.

That is some achievement after 11 games considering Arsenal lost their opening three Prem matches.

They have a long way to go to reach the heights of the Invincible era but supporters still took the opportunity to gloat about past success.


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One fan on Twitter wrote: “Happy invincibles day one and all. Shoutout West Ham.

Another added: “We’ve already reached Invincibles Day?

“We could have a whole interlull of random football people telling Arsenal fans that they just shouldn’t enjoy that thing they enjoy.”

A third said: “Happy Invincibles Day came early this year.”

Arsenal celebrate with their golden Premier League trophy in 2004

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