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Epl Attacking Trio Who Proved They'll Give PL Defenders A Tough Time This Season

Premier league is one of the most competitive leagues in the world. This season, their is one club which has a better attacking trio and might give defenders a tough time to stop them.

It's only six matches which have been played this season and already the league has started to take its shape. Liverpool are currently leading the table with 14 points with Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester city have all tied at 13 points.

Last season, Manchester clubs dominated the league since they had one of the best attacking force in the league. The sky Blues won the title while their old rivals Man United book the second place.

This season, the table might turn since Arsenal has proved they'll have one of the best attacking trio. This is after a recent top performance for Aubameyang, Saka and Smith Rowe. These three have helped Arsenal to get back on track after a poor start of the season.

The Gunners kicked off the new league with three straight defeats in a row something which almost triggered the sucking of Arteta. Fortunately, their attacking trio dust themselves up and gave everything for the shirt to prevent their club from sinking.

In Arsenal's match against Burnley, they a total of 28 shots where 10 of them were on target. In last weekend's match against Tottenham, they had a total of 7 shots on target a match where they won 3-1. This shows how dangerous their attack has been in the recent matches.

The Gunners are currently having nine points which is just five points behind leaders Liverpool. Their good results have been majorly contributed by their attacking trio, Aubameyang, Saka and Rowe.

This means that Arsenal attacking trio top performance in the recent matches has proved they'll give premier league defenders a tough time this season.

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