It hasn’t been done before, and it’s unlikely to be done again (especially after Ismaila Sarr took Liverpool’s perceived team of destiny out to lunch).
Arsenal went an entire Premier League season unbeaten.
The Gunners drew 12 times including a three-match run late in the season, but put the finishing touches on their 26W-12D-0L season with wins over Fulham and Leicester City.
The final match for Arsene Wenger’s men was 16 years ago Friday, as the Gunners came back from a first-half deficit via goals from Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira.
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League and FA Cup runs died at the semifinal stages, with Manchester United ousting Arsenal from the latter and Middlesbrough the former. Chelsea knocked Arsenal out of the UEFA Champions League.
The Gunners drew two teams twice: Portsmouth and Manchester United. They also drew with Fulham and Birmingham City at home, splitting the spoils with Spurs, Newcastle, Everton, Bolton, Leicester City, and Charlton Athletic away.
Arsenal is cheekily just “Arsena” today on Twitter because they just couldn’t take an L.
"Hail the history men!" 🙌@Arsenal's Invincibles signed off their unbeaten season with a 𝗪 #OnThisDay in 2004 pic.twitter.com/8vw579TP1A
— Premier League (@premierleague) May 15, 2020