Arsenal’s top 5 moments of the 2023/24 season

  • Arsenal progressed again in 2023/24 without securing silverware
  • Gunners had their fair share of standout moments
  • Arsenal went unbeaten against 'Big Six'
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Arsenal enjoyed an incredible season under Mikel Arteta where they set multiple club records and pushed the title race to the final day.

The Gunners just missed out on beating Manchester City to the Premier League title but they played like champions and the foundations look strong for years to come.

Arsenal set a new club record for goals scored and wins in the Premier League, netting 91 times and earning 28 wins.

The Gunners also broke their Champions League knockout curse, as they finally progressed to the quarter-final stage of the competition for the first time in 14 years.

It was a season full of joyful memories and heart-stopping moments. Let’s take a look at the best moments of the season.

Arsenal’s top 5 moments of the 2023/24 season

5. Last minute winner at Luton

Arsenal headed to Luton back in December 2023 having only lost one league game all season in controversial fashion to Newcastle. Although Luton had recently taken points off Liverpool, the Gunners were expected to win and carry on their high-flying form.

However, the game was far from simple. The home side refused to go down without a fight and pinned back the Gunners twice before taking a short-lived shock lead. Kai Havertz quickly made it 3-3 on the hour mark but 36 minutes later in the 96th minute, the scores were still level.

Despite having over 20 shots, the Gunners looked set to drop points to the home side. Enter Declan Rice. In the 97th minute when all hope seemed lost, Martin Odegaard swung a last-ditch ball into the box and there was Arsenal’s record-signing. Rice leapt high above his marker to nod the ball into the bottom corner and spark wild scenes in the away end.

When you are fighting for a title, it does not matter how you win as long as you get the three points. The Gunners never gave up at Kenilworth Road and earned themselves the three points in the dying embers of the game. A habit they formed across the season.

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