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Three Similarities Between Arsenal Men And Women Wins In Their Various Competitions Today

Today was a really good day at the office for Arsenal football club as a whole following the amazing performances displayed by their men and women team.

Arsenal men team were in incredible form in the Premier League today when they hosted Tottenham at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday evening at exactly 4:30 pm. The Gunners secured their 3rd consecutive victory in the competition this season as they comfortably defeated Spurs 3-1 to secure all-important three points. Emile Smith-Rowe, Bukayo Saka and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang were the goalscorers for Arsenal in today's match as they made the vital win possible against Tottenham.

Arsenal Women Team on the other hand were also in outstanding form in the Barclays Women's Super League today when they hosted Man City at the Meadow Park Stadium. The Gunners continued with winning ways as they comfortably defeated Man City 5-0 thanks to goals from Vivianne Miedema, Kim Little(Twice), Williamson and Katie McCabe

Well, in today's article I will be sharing three similarities between Arsenal men and women wins in their various competitions.

1, They Both Won At Their Home Ground.

The Arsenal men and women team both won their various matches today at their home ground defeating Tottenham and Man City.

2, They Both Won A Top Team In Their Various Competitions.

Arsenal women comfortably defeated Manchester City who are a top team in the Barclays Women's Super League. Tottenham is also a top side in the Premier League and they were defeated by Arsenal men today.

3, They Both Condemned Their Various Opponents To Heavy Defeats.

Arsenal men team condemned Tottenham Hotspur to a heavy defeat by scoring 3 goals while the women team put 5 goals past Man City in today's match.

What's your take on this? Kindly drop your comments below. Thanks for reading.

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