‘Happy Invincibles Day’ – Arsenal fans celebrate Everton’s defeat while Gunners...

The Toffees were the last Premier League team to lose this season, which means no team can match the performance of Arsene Wenger’s 2003-04 team

Southampton fans weren’t the only ones celebrating their 2-0 win over Everton on Sunday. Arsenal fans were equally delighted with the Saint Mary’s victory at St. Mary’s.

Carlo Ancelottis Toffees became the only undefeated team in the Premier League this season to join the South Coast after winning four times and drawing one of their first five games to top the table in goal difference over rivals Liverpool.

However, they were comfortably beaten by Ralph Hasenhuttl’s team. James Ward-Prowse and Che Adams goals in the first half provided a third league win of the season that put them in fifth place.

This means that every team in the Premier League has suffered one defeat this season, ensuring that Arsenal’s famous 2003-04 Invincibles season cannot be repeated.

Arsene Wenger’s team have won the entire Premier League season without loss en route to their 13th league title, matching Preston North End’s performance in 1888-89.

This Preston team came to be known as “The Invincibles,” and the Gunners adopted the nickname after their own undefeated campaign.

They are still the only team to have achieved such a feat in the Premier League era, and that record will now last for at least another year.

Arsenal fans used social media to celebrate this feat. The fans wished their fans a “Happy Invincibles Day” before their game against Leicester on Sunday evening at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal’s unbeaten run would stretch well into the following season and hit a record 49 games. This would break Nottingham Forest’s previous record of 42 between November 1977 and November 1978.

The famous run ended in a lively encounter against Manchester United at Old Trafford. Goals from Ruud van Nistelrooy and Wayne Rooney secured victory for the Red Devils.

Emotions boiled over at full time, and both groups of players clashed in the tunnel in an incident known as the “buffet fight” when then United manager Sir Alex Ferguson was pelted with food like pizza, soup and coffee.

Four years later, the then 17-year-old Arsenal Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas admitted to being the one responsible for spilling the beans on the TV game show A League of Their Own.

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