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EPL Attacking Trio That Might Give Premier League Defenders A Headache This Season

The Premier League is known to be having some of the best attacking players. Last season, Liverpool attacking trio, Salah Mane and Diego Jota dominated the Premier League where they scored numerous goals.

Mohammed Salah won the Golden Boot award after he tied with Son Heung-Min at 22 goals. Jota and Mane were also among the top scorers where they finished the season with 15 and 16 goals respectively.

This season, one of the attacking trio that might give Premier League defenders a headache is that of Arsenal. Arsenal attacking trio which comprises of Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka, have proved they might be unstoppable this season after their good run in the recent matches.

Gabriel Jesus joined the Gunners this summer from Manchester City. The Brazilian forward is considered as the best finishers in the Premier League following his good run at Manchester City. Jesus made an immediate impact at Arsenal where he scored his first goal inside 90 second during their match against Nurnberg.

He went on to score five more goals which makes it six goals in five matches. This shows he might be one of the best forwards in the Premier League this season.

Bukayo Saka on the other hand was also impressive in the pre-season where he created chances and assisted goals. His pace and skills has always made it hard for the opponent defenders to stop him.

Last season he was the Gunners top scorer which means if he continue with his good run this season he might even score more.

Martinelli on the other hand has greatly improved in the recent matches. He opened his goal account during their opening match against Crystal Palace.

If these three Arsenal stars continue with their good run, they might give Premier League defenders a headache this season.

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