What do you expect from Arsenal before end of season?

The mighty Gunners have been on a remarkable run. Winning six games in a row is indeed remarkable. Why on earth did this form not emerge during the start of the season?

Some have not shied away from talking about the title chances for the Gunners. It appears as a rather distant achievement but it is possible. Bridging a seven gap between them and the leaders is a difficult but possible phenomenon.

In the previous two seasons the Gunners have had a strong finish to the season. Odds are backing them to go for second and remain unbeaten in the remaining fixtures. Will that be an achievement for the Gunners?

Of course the Gunners are two games away from retaining the FA cup. Would you consider finishing second and FA triumph as success for Arsenal?

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Arsenal curse of round of 16 continues

Another season another near miss. We have been branded as specialists in glorious failure. We did everything right but at the end of it Monaco condemned us to a 5th consecutive exit in the round of 16. Is that not a curse?

Arsenal were at their best in the away CL fixture at Monaco. Goals from Giroud and Ramsey made Arsenal fans believe that they could overturn the 3-1 defeat at Emirates. The search for the third goal became elusive.

It has been the same story over the years. Arsenal shaky in the first leg only to give a fight in the second leg. Perhaps, Wenger should remind his boys that the knock out is won over the two legs. Have a look at and compare Arsenal players performances.

On a positive note, the fight will give us the momentum for the remaining fixtures. An FA triumph and a top four finish would, perhaps, delight Arsenal fans.

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Welbeck’s strike sinks United at OT

Manchester United were deservedly beaten at home by the brilliant Arsenal in an enthralling FA encounter. Arsenal fans can have the last laugh after previous tormenting defeats by United. In fact, were it not for the brilliant De Gea, the score line would be different.

It was a night to remember, particularly for Welbeck, who capitalized on Valencia error to score past his old club. And ooh boy! He celebrated. Wenger had picked him ahead of Giroud to provide energetics that wobbled the United’s defense.

Arsenal will now face either Reading or Bradford at Wembley for the semis. Happy times to be a Gooner.

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