No. 4 – Arsenal go unbeaten, become The Invincibles
To celebrate the 30th season of the Premier League, we are counting down and ranking our top 30 moments in Premier League history and this time Arsenal take center stage.
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That’s right, yours truly, Joe Prince-Wright, has selected the top 30 moments in PL history.
This is not only a huge honor, but also a huge headache. How on earth do you condense 30 seasons of magic into 30 individual moments!?
Well, we did it.
How will our Premier League top 30 moments work?
Before each matchweek from now until the end of the 2021-22 season we will unveil the latest moment, as we count down the top moments in PL history from 30 to 1.
From incredible goals to late title drama and emotional sendoffs to legendary players dazzling awe-inspired crowds, we’re going to celebrate and rank the best moments this wonderful league has produced.
Click on the video above to see number 5, as below we focus on Arsenal going an entire Premier League season undefeated, as they are the only team to do so in its history.
Premier League Top 30 Moments
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Premier League Top 30 moments: Number 4 – Arsenal go unbeaten in 2003-04 title-winning season as they become ‘The Invincibles’
This is the most famous Premier League campaign in history, as Arsenal went all 38 matches unbeaten in 2003-04 to earn their immortal title of The Invincibles.
With Patrick Vieira leading them from midfield, the likes of Thierry Henry, Robert Pires and Dennis Bergkamp running the show in attack and Sol Campbell at center back, Ashley Cole at left back and Jens Lehmann in goal, this was a team littered with legends.
To go an entire season unbeaten is a feat for the ages and this classy Arsene Wenger side had so much style. To be this dominant was truly remarkable and at some points it felt like they may never lose a game again.
Arsenal won 26 and drew 12 of their 38 games, finishing the season on 90 points as they finished 11 points clear of second-place Chelsea.
When we talk about the best teams in Premier League history, Arsenal’s Invincibles will always be in the discussion. What a team. What a season. What an achievement. It may never be done again.
Top 30 list
30: Dennis Bergkamp’s brilliant hat trick
29: Newcastle’s amazing comeback from 4-0 down
28: Heung-min Son’s stunning solo goal
27: Thierry Henry’s incredible volley v. Man United
26: Late drama in epic Manchester derby
25: Olivier Giroud scores sensational scorpion kick goal
24: Roy Keane, Patrick Vieira clash in tunnel
23: West Brom’s epic ‘Great Escape’ from relegation
22: Paolo Di Canio’s stunning scissor volley
21: Blackburn Rovers win title on final day
20: Cristiano Ronaldo scores stunning free kick
19: Kevin Keegan’s infamous rant
18: Chelsea win first-ever PL title, first league title in 50 years
17: David Beckham scores amazing goal from halfway line
16: Heart-wrenching Steven Gerrard slip costs Liverpool title
15: Manchester United, Arsenal clash in ‘Battle of the Buffet’
14: Wayne Rooney, 16, scores amazing goal: ‘Remember the name’
13: Eric Cantona scores incredible chip, then delivers iconic celebration
12: Sheikh Mansour buys Manchester City, as new era arrives
11: Alan Shearer breaks Newcastle’s all-time scoring record
10: Sir Alex Ferguson bids farewell, calls time on legendary coaching career
9: Liverpool win first Premier League trophy, first league title in 30 years
8: Goalkeeper Alisson scores dramatic season-saving goal
7: Jose Mourinho arrives in England at Chelsea, names himself ‘The Special One’
6: Liverpool beat Newcastle in all-time classic
5: Wayne Rooney scores incredible overhead kick in Manchester derby
4: Arsenal win title, as Invincibles go entire 2003-04 campaign undefeated
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