Arsenal kick off the New Year at the top of the table and as the current favorites to win the league. As we've learned in the past, titles aren't won in January, but a visit from Newcastle is the perfect way to start 2016 and keep these thoughts alive.
Of course no team should be taken lightly, as we've seen at West Brom and Southampton for example, but on current form this should be a no brainer for Arsenal. Newcastle currently sit in the relegation zone with a high negative goal differential. Giroud, Walcott, Ozil and Ramsey should be looking forward to adding to their scoring tallies at the Emirates today.
Arsenal are still without a number of key players, including Alexis Sanchez. The good news on the Sanchez front, however, is that he should be back by next week when Arsenal host Sunderland in the FA Cup 4th Round.
So here's hoping to a happy new year and a great start to 2016 for Arsenal.
If the new Arsenal calendar is on the money then surely these 2 are gonna do the biz today.... pic.twitter.com/HcUXtaYRfn— Dean brown (@DeanB23) January 2, 2016
Arsenal have won all of their last 8 games against Newcastle.— Arsenal News (@__arsenalnews_) January 2, 2016
Starting to fill up. Still a good 40 minutes to get down & sneak in a pint or two before the game! #AFCvNUFC https://t.co/6BENQOjwAS— TheTollington (@TheTollington) January 2, 2016
Let's have it AFC-NFC pic.twitter.com/HtCDcyhs3g— ⚽Gunner(bows)⚽ (@colinbb1) January 2, 2016
At a very wet Emirates! 3 points please! #COYG— A Goon With A View (@agoonwithaview) January 2, 2016
On way to Ems, 3 points lads #GoonerFamily #Gooner4Life #PatheticAttemptToGetOnTheJumbotrons #AFCvNUFC— Feverpitch (@feverpitch) January 2, 2016
Not a vintage performance from Arsenal. In fact a rather pedestrian performance overall. However, the three points went to the league leaders when Laurent Koscielny hacked in a corner that had rebounded off of the head of Olivier Giroud in the 72nd minute.
The match started off well with Arsenal looking the more likely to score. Whether it was the pouring rain or the exhaustion of playing a third match in less than ten days, Arsenal started to look off the mark. The usual crisp passing was missing and players such as Ramsey, Chamberlain and Walcott all looked a bit out of sort. The Ox was particularly unnerving as he's proven he's got the skill and ability but he did very little today to make Wenger put him at the top of the team sheet for any upcoming matches.
In the end, Arsenal's best player was Petr Cech who made a number of excellent saves that kept Arsenal in the match and allowed them to eventually go on and win it.
Newcastle certainly had the better of the scoring chances, but as we've seen time and time again with Arsenal, it doesn't matter how much ball control you have or how many beautiful shots on target you have, it's about getting the ball in the back of the net. Despite playing poorly, Arsenal did just that and they remain top of the table. It's been said time and time again, championship teams are those that can win ugly and this was one ugly win. We'll take the three points.
Kos The Boss Scores ✔ Petr cech another clean sheet ✔ Top of the league ✔ pic.twitter.com/WdWXKgnWPW— Arsene's Chilean (@ArsenesChilean) January 2, 2016
If we go on to win the league this season, we have a lot to thank Petr Cech for. Pulling off big, match winning saves every week. #safehands— Ryan (@_RyanAFC) January 2, 2016
Leicester failing to score for the third game in a row. Sees Arsenal go two points clear at the top.— Tad Swar (@tadswar) January 2, 2016
✔ Three important points ✔ Koscielny scored ✔ Another clean sheet for Cech ✔ Leicester dropped 2 points ✔ Top of the League ✔ Happy Gooners— Champions Arsenal (@tomgunner14) January 2, 2016
Laurent Koscielny; Arsenal's saviour against Newcastle! pic.twitter.com/uTo3E6Hkl4— afcvideo (@afcvideo) January 2, 2016
Arsenal have 22 more points than Chelsea! That's more than double! 😂😂😂😂 #Arsenal #CFC #PremierLeague pic.twitter.com/XxjEHw6nmn— Jahan Miah (@AllAboutTheAFC) January 2, 2016
Relief. A big win despite a tame, scrappy performance. It's always somewhat satisfying to take all the points when you don't deserve them.— FK² (@fkhanage) January 2, 2016
Saturday January 9, 2016 Arsenal vs. Sunderland FA Cup Third Round 10AM EST
It's time for Arsenal to begin their quest for their third straight FA Cup trophy. With the fixtures coming thick and fast and the squad already being stretched, it's expected that Arsenal will put out a mixture of young and experience. While that's always a bit troubling, the opponent is Sunderland and their Fred Flintstone manager, Sam Allardyce, was whining during the week about how there are too many matches and he's going to have to rotate his squad.
While Sunderland is not worthy of much concern from Arsenal fans, it's never a good thing to underestimate your opponent at any level. However, the fact that Fat Sam may be putting out Sunderland's second string is definitely something to get a bit overconfident about. Sunderland's second team????? Come on.
It's time to begin the run to get our trophy back. Let's go Arsenal.
💪🏻 team 👊🏻 https://t.co/3Yi7cFHepe— AFC GLEN (@AFC_GLEN) January 9, 2016
Arsenal have not lost an FA Cup match since Mesut Özil & Mathieu Flamini joined the club in 2013. #afc pic.twitter.com/eXtgH5MEbV— . (@Ozzists) January 9, 2016
Me and my dad at the @Arsenal for FA Cup game against Sunderland #bbcfacup #matchinghats 👍🏻⚽️ pic.twitter.com/Vi7hVRiJTr— Jessica Watts (@jessicawattsits) January 9, 2016
.@PetrCech has finished his warm up at Emirates Stadium. Just under 15 minutes until kick off! #AFCvSFC pic.twitter.com/5SmZM8oLfE— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) January 9, 2016
Sunderland team a bit stronger than expected but fancy us strongly today. Injury free obviously. ☺— Peter N (@gooner1947) January 9, 2016
What started off worryingly, finished in impressive fashion. In the end Arsenal easily handled Sunderland and move on to the draw for the fourth round.
Arsenal looked a bit rusty in the first 15 minutes and they didn't wake up until a rare Laurent Koscielny error gifted Sunderland the lead in the 17th minute. Koscielny's hesitation in clearing the ball in the box led to Jermain Lens getting on the ball and sending it in to the side of the Arsenal net with little chance for Petr Cech to make a save.
I purposely didn't get on Twitter at that point for two reasons:
1) All the whingers, whiners, moaners and Wenger Out folks were probably having a field day right then.
2) I KNEW they would get their act together and come back to win.
Sunderland's surprise lead only lasted for eights minutes as Joel Campbell equalized in the 25th minute.
In the second half it was all Arsenal. Hector Bellerin did his best Mesut Ozil performance with two fantastic assists to set up substitute Aaron Ramsey in the 72nd minute and Olivier Giroud in the 75th. Arsenal hit the bar and came close on a number of occasions. The final score should have been 4-1 but Martin Atkinson must have felt badly for Sunderland as a blatant trip on Giroud by American DeAndre Yedlin was ignored. Maybe it was also because of the ridiculous haircut that Yedlin was sporting.
Hector Bellerin bossed the game and there were great performances from Campbell, Giroud, Ramsey and the defense (outside of the one Koscielny mistake). Arsenal also gave playing time to Alex Iwobi and teenager Jeff Reine-Adelaide. A great day all around and it's on to the next round.
In years past Arsenal have always gotten the hardest fixture possible while the Chelsea's and ManU's of the world would draw the last place team in League 2. It would be nice for a change to get a somewhat easy draw in the next round...but we shall see.
This is our cup! We own the Emirates Stadium... We own the Emirates FA CUP! @Arsenal— Chris Jordan (@ChrisJordan_AFC) January 9, 2016
Great game today, SAFC played well but we were great especially second half, should be more than 3. Good to see Iwobi + Adelaide #Arsenal— Scötty Gööner (@sbgoodguy) January 9, 2016
3-1 Final score Used squad Experiment worked No injuries Nice preparation for Wednesday versus Liverpool Oh & The refs a cheating twat— JON (@goonerjon777) January 9, 2016
Always so great with a win !! Win the cup !! Arsenal !! COYG ❤️⚪️❤️ pic.twitter.com/rEWGcwa3gg— Emma (@arsenalhif) January 9, 2016
Joel anotó. Özil descansó. Lo mejor de Bellerín desde su lesión. Pasamos a 4ta ronda. En resumen: pic.twitter.com/vlffPDjs0Y— Arsenal Costa Rica (@ArsenalCR) January 9, 2016
Wednesday January 13, 2016 Arsenal at Liverpool 3PM EST
Of course every match is important but today's visit to Liverpool presents Arsenal with the chance to make a big statement. I still can't get that 5-1 humiliation at the hands of Liverpool from two seasons ago out of my mind. (I'm still thankful that the tickets I was going to get for that match fell through.)
This Liverpool side is no where near as intimidating as Liverpool squads of the past. The club's reputation is perhaps more intimidating at the moment than the actual lineup. If Arsenal are going to win the title, matches like today's are ones that they must win. On paper Arsenal have the stronger team. It's on the pitch where they need to prove it. Arsenal cannot let the crowd and the reputation of Anfield get inside their collective heads.
Liverpool are suffering a large number of injuries at the moment. Of course that's no excuse as Arsenal have had their own share of injury problems.
This will be Arsene Wenger's first match against a Jurgen Klopp side since the German managed Borussia Dortmund. Wenger and Klopp have always shared a mutual respect so there's been no pre-match trash talking as you sometimes get when big clubs play.
Here's to three points and Arsenal proving they are worthy of the EPL title.
We've arrived at Anfield ahead of #LFCvAFC... with the team set to join us imminently pic.twitter.com/unGw50b1rM— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) January 13, 2016
Matchday Arsenal have only lost 2 of their last 17 Premier League matches vs LFC. PLS make me proud again #COYG💪👌 pic.twitter.com/oNKuiLxIUi— kiyaawe flava (@Kiyaawe) January 13, 2016
i have this feeling we are going to dominate tonight, i can only see us winning :D #COYG— Zac Morgans (@zacmorgans) January 13, 2016
COME ON YOU RIP ROARING REDS— Al the Gooner (@alec1271) January 13, 2016
Klopp against Arsenal for the first time since taking over as Liverpool boss. He played us 6 times whilst at Dortmund in the CL Group Stages— Tad Swar (@tadswar) January 13, 2016
To the neutral this was a great game. To Arsenal fans, it was another frustrating afternoon where they should have walked away with all three points but in the end had to settle for just one.
The first half was crazy. Roberto Firmino gave Liverpool the lead in the 10th minute and it was looking like it was going to be another one of those days for Arsenal. The scored was leveled four minutes later when Aaron Ramsey got one back. Firmino was at it again in the 19th minute with a beautiful shot that was impossible to save. Just six minutes later all was even again as Olivier Giroud connected from a Ramsey corner.
There was no further scoring after that and the teams went to the half all even at 2-2. The breakthrough came in the 55th minute when Giroud gave Arsenal the lead. There was more than a half hour left, but if Arsenal could keep the lead until the final whistle it would be a massive three points in their quest to win the league.
Unfortunately, Arsenal seemed to play less like Arsenal and more like a team under siege. Instead of controlling the ball, Arsenal allowed Liverpool to have the majority of possession and the Arsenal goal was under attack for long periods of time. It was a dangerous plan and in the end, the Arsenal defense broke down and allowed substitute Joe Allen to even the match in stoppage time.
Normally a point away to Anfield would be seen as a good result, but this year's Arsenal team is definitely better than Liverpool's...plus the points were there for the taking and then snatched away.
Anyways, what a match. Giroud was superb. Campbell impressed. In the end: a fair result for both sides.....oh well. Onwards— Addy (@Addyylaide) January 13, 2016
Dropping late points can be avoided if we score more goals & tighten up the D, hopefully #Wenger buys what's still needed #TopStriker— Steven Ronnald AFC (@Steven_Ronnald) January 13, 2016
not a fan of trying to kill the game off with defensive subs with 20 minutes to go when its a 1 goal margin. people saying Joel was done...— GoonAFC (@GunnerAB10) January 13, 2016
Frustrating. Those results linger in the mind longer than a loss. Joel + Giroud were class tonight. Just glad City didn't gain ground on us.— A Goon With A View (@agoonwithaview) January 13, 2016
Oh Lord, the spoilt Wenger Outers are back.fair result, with our best player available from Sunday...get behind the team you imbeciles.#AFC— Perrie Young (@Pez78) January 13, 2016
We are top of the league. I believe in this team. Alexis is back. Elneny has finally passed his medical in the moon. Believe! Goodnight all.— Prince George (@Princegunner11) January 13, 2016
Giroud: "It was a nice game for the fans, lots intensity. But we should've been stronger to the end. It's a disappointment."— afcstuff (@afcstuff) January 13, 2016
VIDEO: At Least We Didn't Crumble When Behind Like At Southampton #Liverpool 3 Arsenal 3 #LFCVAFC Joel... https://t.co/MIi8WzWy7f— ArsenalFanTV (@ArsenalFanTV) January 14, 2016
Sunday January 17, 2016 Arsenal at Stoke 11:15AM EST
It's that time of year again...that time when Aaron Ramsey gets booed vociferously for having had the nerve to get his leg broken by Ryan Shawcross...how dare he? Arsene Wenger will get a lot of stick today as well. Yes folks, it's Arsenal's annual trip to the Brittannia Stadium and the cavemen of Stoke.
Things have changed a bit at Stoke....Rory Delap and his amazing towel are gone, Tony Pulis, the head caveman, is gone and some of the personnel has changed. What remains the same is the fact that Stoke is still a pain in the ass too play, the crowd is hostile and there are still thugs among the ranks....Charlie Adam and Ryan Shawcross are just two.
Things have changed a bit at Arsenal as well. There's more confidence, more experience and Arsenal are genuine title contenders this season. It's time that Arsenal silenced the crowd at the Brittania and put this Stoke hex to bed. Stoke is a mid table team at best and Arsenal seem to have had a psychological block in years past. Visiting Stoke has become a problem fixture for Arsenal...however, most of that is down to the players lacking confidence and letting past visits get inside their heads. Enough is enough and if Arsenal is going to win a title, it's time to end the Stoke jinx and come away with the three points.
In the land that time forgot hoping at my 6th attempt I finally see us win here! Come on Arsenal!— Ulster Gooner (@Jonny1928) January 17, 2016
No ozil is a shame hopefully we're get the job done and back top— Jack (@AlwaysAGooner1) January 17, 2016
Ox has to step up big time today with our best two players missing— ArsenalFanTV (@ArsenalFanTV) January 17, 2016
No Özil or Alexis ... Need a big big game from Walcott Ramsey and chamberlain— Pierce Hughes (@AFC_Pierce) January 17, 2016
Not sure if we are facing Barca or Stoke. The TL looks so scared. Yeah we're poor against them but not a big threat.— ♚ Kris ★♚ ™ (@Santi_Classorla) January 17, 2016
Arsenal are not a one man team. Ozil FC peeps need to chill a little. He will be back for Chelsea.— Aido (@LeWookieGooner) January 17, 2016
Arsenal have a strong team. No excuses, 3 points a must. #ARSvSTK— mexicanpaddy (@mexicanpaddy) January 17, 2016
We have a chance to go two points clear at the top! #COYG— Arsenal News (@__arsenalnews_) January 17, 2016
First the good news....Arsenal are at the top of the table. They are level on points with second place Leicester with a +3 goal differential. Now the bad news...Arsenal were unable to walk away with all three points after playing a goalless draw. Some might say it was a great point as Stoke have always been a bogey club for Arsenal. However, the talent that Arsenal had on the pitch should have been able to produce a win.
Of course the cavemen crew known as Stoke fans exhibited their usual brutish behavior. Arsene Wenger was the recipient of much of the vitriol and even worse was the abuse that Aaron Ramsey had to take throughout the match. How the victim of a potential career ending leg break inflicted by a Stoke player can be vilified for more than five years is beyond me. The logic defies any explanation other than the fans displaying this behavior are truly an embarrassment to the game.
Mesut Ozil sat out the match with a slight knock and despite having a number of good scoring chances, Arsenal came up empty. Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland made some great saves and in the end Arsenal were unable to produce a goal and make the breakthrough.
Despite moving in to first place, it still feels more like 2 points lost than 1 point gained.
Hats off to the team, a difficult place to go, missing lots of key players, they dug deep and got a great point to go back top 👏— THE ARSENAL (@arsenal01886) January 17, 2016
Honestly I'm happy with this point. Still top of the league. Now bring on the rent boys. TOP OF THE LEAGUE!!!!!!!!— Prince George (@Princegunner11) January 17, 2016
I was far more cranky with the point at Anfield than this one. Week off before Chelsea with Alexis, Özil and Elneny into the side. #Arsenal— James (@JamesK_1312) January 17, 2016
Yeah lets blame the manager- do you want him to play injured players so that you can blame him again when they are out for longer?— Aftab (@Afty4) January 17, 2016
Everyone knows little Stoke see Arsenal at home as their Cup Final! Proud of the fight the players showed today, good battling performance!— Carl Bövis (@CarlBovis_AFC) January 17, 2016
Playing Stoke away. Not losing and no injuries is always fine with me. Wenger knows why he didn't expose The Ö & Alexi to the mountain folks— Cheryl Stephensön (@Chezzygooner) January 17, 2016
Honestly not the worst result. Top of the league plus getting a point without Alexis and Özil isn't the worst— Ashwin Widge (@ashwin_widge) January 17, 2016
Stay classy Stoke fans https://t.co/XXqjx5qOqO— Tom Firth (@firttd) January 17, 2016
Stoke 2:0 #ManCity, Stoke 2: 0 #ManUtd, Stoke 1: 0 #Chelsea. If u feel a point at Stoke is a bad result for #Arsenal then u lack objectivity— S Samuel (@Arsenalman2011) January 17, 2016
Sunday January 24, 2016 Arsenal vs Chelsea 11AM EST
This has to be the day that Arsenal finally rid themselves of their Chelsea demons and prove on the pitch that they are the superior team.
When I first began following Arsenal, Chelsea were a pain in the butt but they were always second best. In recent years it's been the other way around. Now, with Chelsea in free fall and the egotistical one gone it's time to reestablish the proper order.
A victory will see Arsenal remain atop the table, level on points with Leicester. The last time the two teams met, Diego Costa and his scumbag teammates basically stole the points. Costa got Gabriel sent off only to see Gabriel's red card dismissed and Costa charged with improper conduct. Of course the punishments were doled out after Chelsea were given the victory.
Today's match is about revenge and pride. It's revenge for the match earlier this season, revenge for all the BS that Mourinho has thrown at Wenger and Arsenal over the years, revenge for embarrassments and defeats and revenge for the Roman Abramovich era. As for pride....it's been the one thing perhaps missing most from recent Arsenal teams. They have the quality and the ability, now it's time for them to display it and show it for 90 minutes and get the three points that they need to continue their title march and put Chelsea further in the rear view mirror.
Team official. Alexis on bench pic.twitter.com/iEVrpe1ZaI— The Gadfly (@RuoiT) January 24, 2016
Alexis is on the bench because he just came back from injury, Hazard because he is a flop #AFCvCFC— Rockefeller (@Charles_Tune) January 24, 2016
We are currently on Elneny wig patrol. All clear so far. We don't need another 'Mertesacker's dance' fiasco. #AFCvCFC— TheTollington (@TheTollington) January 24, 2016
Before booing Fabregas remember that he was the first player to try and get Gabriel sent off at Stamford Bridge....Now you can boo louder..— Arsenal News (@__arsenalnews_) January 24, 2016
I cannot stand Chelsea! Once again that cheat Diego Costa was at the center of everything and once again he was the reason that one of our defenders was given a red card early in the match. Last time it was Gabriel, this time it was the BFG, Per Mertesacker.
While Mertesacker was the creator of his own downfall with a bad challenge, it was Costa that put in an academy award performance as if he had been hit by a Mack truck rather than brushed by BFG's leg. Regardless, Mertesacker saw red and the match was pretty much over for Arsenal at that point. Five minutes later, the detestable Costa scored and Chelsea parked the bus. Down a man it was an uphill battle.
In 180 minutes of football this season between Arsenal and Chelsea, Arsenal have played 117 minutes without a full 11 man lineup. I'm not sure whether it's psychological or what, but Arsenal always seem to screw up when playing against Chelsea.
The only real highlight of the match was the return of Alexis Sanchez to the lineup in the 57th minute.
All in all it was another wasted opportunity for Arsenal. The loss leaves the club in third place 3 points behind Leicester and level on points with Manchester City. With just 2 points out of a possible 9 from the team's last three matches, it's clear that Arsenal are running out of room for error if they do intend on winning this year's title.
I'm usually up for analysing any Arsenal match but there's nothing to say about that. The game was ruined before it could properly start.— Joe (@RedAndWhite11) January 24, 2016
Time for the team to step up and show more balls than their lily livered twitter fans, most of whom seem to have given up already. #COYG— Bromley Gunner (@bromley_gunner) January 24, 2016
This time last year we weren't even in contention for the title. 3pts of top sanchez back coquelin n welback back training#COYG#KeepTheFaith— Kev Davis (@kevdavis736) January 24, 2016
Substituting your main goal threat when red card is brandished shows lack of nous tactically.Why keep the useless Walcott on??? Retire AW— Steve Proud (@Proudie_Arsenal) January 24, 2016
If u told me we would beat Chelsea twice & be in 13th place or in 3rd place & losing both to Chelsea at start of season it's a no brainer.— Greg Bacani (@GregInACab) January 24, 2016
As usual after a defeat my TL goes into meltdown. Yes I'm disappointed about the game, but I can't be doing with the negativity— Steph (@stephpgold) January 24, 2016
Well it went according to history .... Loads of hype ... Go down to ten men .. The most hated player in their team scores the winner ... Zzz— Pauly AFC (@PIreland33) January 24, 2016
That's me on Twitter! Had enough of the negativity surrounding The Arsenal Be back when they win a EPL game Take it easy people!!!!— Daniel Basden (@TheBasMan) January 24, 2016
Saturday January 30, 2016 Arsenal vs Burnley 10AM EST FA Cup Fourth Round
Time to turn from the league to the task of retaining OUR trophy for the third year in a row. Burnley is the competition and as always they can't be taken lightly. They are currently sitting third in the Championship table.
With a league match coming in three days Wenger is giving starts to Ospina, Chambers, Iwobi and new signing Mohamed Elneny. Perhaps the most important name in the lineup today is Francis Coquelin who returns from a spell on the sidelines. He has been sorely missed and his return to action is great news for Arsenal moving forward.
This should be an easy victory for Arsenal...but we've thought that before. Here's hoping Arsenal are in the hat for the fifth round draw.
COME ON BOYSSSS— HurriKane (@ArunDaBrun) January 30, 2016
Goodbye Flamini. Hello Elneny— Mugais (@mugaisj) January 30, 2016
@Arsenal I was hoping for Elneny, Iwobi and Ospina. Thank you Arsène.— Gauthier_Lille (@Gauthier_Lille) January 30, 2016
Cant wait for Oooooosssssssssppppppppiiiiiiiiiiinnnaaaaaaaa— Alexis Sanchez Baby! (@afc_mj) January 30, 2016
It's on to the next round for Arsenal after a 2-1 victory. Arsenal took the lead in the 19th minute from an unlikely source. In a rare start, Calum Chambers scored a sensational goal from distance. It was impressive and it looked like Arsenal would be off to the races.
Instead, the match was a closer affair than most fans would have wanted. Burnley equalized in the 30th minute and the match went to the half even at 1-1.
Alexis Sanchez scored the game winner in the 53rd minute and despite a number of chances, Arsenal were unable to add to their tally. In the end it didn't matter as Arsenal held on for the win.
It was great to see Sanchez back on the pitch and the Arsenal debut of Elneny was a good one. While time will tell if he is a difference maker in the Arsenal squad, the midfielder looked comfortable and even took some shots on goal.
So it's on to the 5th round and another matchup with Hull.
Next Round 😉✌🏽️ pic.twitter.com/MydpQvN9zo— Alexander Iwobi (@alexiwobi) January 30, 2016
Elneney had a decent game I thought— Afc4life (@Matty25688) January 30, 2016
Good result: that game from Gibbs is what we all needed to see from him, great performance! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼— ÖÖÖh Really? (@Thereadgunner) January 30, 2016
Decent debut from ElNeny. A power bomb of energy. Will get better.— Abubakar Hussein (@awesomehabibi) January 30, 2016
Alexis looks sharp.
Coq needs few games.
You can never hate Rosicky! ATID
Great day to be an #Arsenal😍— kiyaawe flava (@Kiyaawe) January 30, 2016
Alexis MOTM ✔
ElNeny had Great debut✔
Through to next round✔
3 years unbeat in the FA Cup 🏆— Paul (@GoonerPaulG) January 30, 2016
5th round here we come! Great debut by Elneny and great goals by Chambers and Alexis. #uta— Steph (@stephpgold) January 30, 2016
Happiness is when Arsenal win 😍😝— Arsenal News (@__arsenalnews_) January 30, 2016
Unbeaten in 14 FA Cup games - Longest winning run in the competition. #Arsenal pic.twitter.com/lqjvdao5cc— Arsenal FC (@FFArsenal) January 30, 2016