Arsenal fans have been reminiscing over the 49th and final game of their famous unbeaten run back during the 2004/2005 season.
The Gunners comfortably beat Aston Villa 3-1 on that occasion with Thierry Henry and Robert Pires getting the goals for the north London side.
Lee Hendrie put the Villians ahead with a stunning strike from outside of the area before Pires levelled from the penalty spot after Henry was fouled.
Arsenal’s record goalscorer then put the Arsene Wenger’s side 2-1 up before Pires sealed three points with a smart low drive for the third goal (via BBC).
The unbeaten run would then be ended eight days later in controversial fashion with a 2-0 loss away to fierce rivals Manchester United.
Arsenal’s unbeaten run saw them go through the entire 2003/2004 season without losing a game, as they became the first side since Preston North End in 1888/1889 to achieve the feat.
On what is the 15th anniversary of Arsenal’s 49th game of their famous run, fans took to Twitter to reminisce over the achievement.
Here is a selection of tweets from Emirates Stadium faithful:
When is Arsène Wenger getting his own statue ?
— P™ (@SemperFiArsenal) October 16, 2019
49, 49 undefeated, 49, 49 I say
49, 49 undefeated, playing football the Arsenal way
— evan 》 (@afcevan) October 16, 2019
Incredible achievement, but that rooney dive at the end jeeeez
— Tola (@toladgunnner) October 16, 2019
Sweet memories, I’m very happy I followed the unfolding of this incredible story
— Khassim BIZIMUNGU (@khatzim) October 16, 2019
— Chris (@CCuk76) October 16, 2019
— Catherine Yeboah 🇬🇭 (@catyeboah) October 16, 2019
Arsenal fans, what are your best memories of the 49-game unbeaten run? Let us know your thoughts!
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