Coming into this World Cup break, Arsenal has undoubtedly had the best start to the season.
Following the 2-0 win over Wolves (courtesy of a Martin Odegaard brace), Arsenal now has 37 points from 14 league games played this season, with 12 wins, one draw, and one loss. The Wolves' victory was spectacular, and Arsenal had to dig deep for it. Even Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves was impressed by the Gunners' brilliance. After the game, he admitted: "They’re a fantastic team playing fantastic football."
The Gunners' interest in Neves' services may be rekindled as a result of his claim.
If by now you don't consider the Gunners genuine title contenders, then you may be hard to please. Even Manchester City should be sweating on Arsenal's form. Speaking of the Cityzens, they were defeated 2-0 by Brentford, which is a huge boost to Arsenal's title challenge as it extends the gap between them and Arsenal to five points.
Is there anything that can prevent Arsenal from winning the Premier League?
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