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Four rarely known facts about Arsenal that fans might don’t know

The first soccer-themed film is The Arsenal Stadium Mistery (1939). The main focus, of course, is about Arsenal wrapped with fictional stories about cheating in football. Some Arsenal players come to play as extras in the movie. Meanwhile, you may visit https://www.manchester2002-uk.com/premier-league/arsenal/news/ and find the latest news about Arsenal and premier league online.

Another fact is the Arsenal’s gait in the 1980s became the inspiration of Fever Pitch’s best-selling novel by famous novelist Nick Hornby. The book even made a big screen movie, there are English and American versions (Hollywood).

Aside from that, the third fact is that Arsenal sealed the Premier League title of the 1988/89 season after beating Liverpool 2-0 at Anfield. Winning goal scored Michael Thomas in the 90th minute. Uniquely, Thomas moved to Liverpool in 1991. Arsenal’s success won the title dramatically that inspired the novel Fever Pitch.

Finally, the final fact in this list is that Arsenal scored a record 49 times unbeaten in the Premier League from May 2003 to November 2004, 38 times of which occurred in the 2003/04 season when they won the league. The previous record made Preston North End unbeaten in 22 league games, and it happened in the 1888/89 season! It’s hard to match or subvert the record in the near future.