Arsenal Oh my Arsenal

So they left it late over the weekend, but we did it, we defeated a Sunderland side at the Stadium of Light even if we didn’t deserve to win. But that is what even makes it greater, because my word Arsenal has needed some luck to come their way.

1-0 down in the 70th and an injury to Mertesacker, Arsenal looking down the barrel of defeat that could see them ruin their chances of finishing in the top 4, but then up steps substitute Aaron Ramsey with an immediate reply a shot from outside the box that went in off both posts. What happened next though, on a pitch that was more like a rugby field than a football field Arsenal struggled to ease into their fluid style of play, so when Arshavin, who has been in terrible form, put in an absolute delicious cross, it could have only written in the stars the Thierry ‘the King’ Henry met it with his foot to give Arsenal the win.

It couldn’t have been more perfect that with his very last touch in English football, it would be to score Arsenal a vital winner that moved us into 4th. What made it even sweeter to me, besides putting back my 4th beer, was the fact that Chelsea lost, great news for us and even better is that the Roman must be fuming.

It’s AC Milan on Wednesday and I am feeling rather confident. Arsenal is no strangers to travelling to Italy and getting a favourable result. We are without the Mert, but I am sure the Verminator and Koscielny can hold down the fort. Gervinho will be back, but I doubt if he will play after Ivory Coast went all the way to the AFCON finals only to lose on penalties to Zambia, with Gervinho the culprit.

I am starting to smile again and I wish the King could stay, but I have faith we will end this season on a high note.

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