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Goodbye Granit: Arsenal 5-0 Wolves

A match review with a twist as Granit Xhaka has the perfect ending at the Emirates

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Wolves are no strangers to Arsenal. Some crucial moments have come against Wolves in the last few seasons but today Julien Loptegui’s Big Bad Wolves were no match for Arsenal’s Brick Wall of a Defence.

It was a special day but one man who deserves credit is Granit Xhaka. The Swiss Army Man managed to score a brace on what appears to be his swansong as he looks to return to Germany with Bayer Leverkusen and Xabi Alonso reportedly securing his services.

From one Midfielder Maestro to another. Arsenal will forever be Glad All Over that they had Granit Xhaka. It was Written in the Stars. Some may call it destiny, but others define it as legacy.

Although things haven’t gone his way the last few weeks, Bukayo Saka, Arsenal’s very own Starboy managed to capture his 14th of the season effectively ending this season with 25 G/A in the league. Higher than both Gabriel Martinelli and The King of The North Martin Ødegaard who finished with 20 G/A and 22 G/A respectively.

Bukayo Saka kissing the Arsenal badge as he celebrates his goal against Wolves. [Image Credit: Getty Images]

The Admin believes this warrants a shout for Arsenal’s player of the season who could be the first person to win it three years in a row since Thierry Henry last achieved it in the 04-05 season. Gabriel Jesus and Jakub Kiwior brought the score to five to seal the game. Five goals for a Five Star performance from The Gunners.

While, this season may have ended a few games ago for some fans, it was key to end this season on a high note. We may not be the Champions of England this year, but The Arsenal will forever be the Champions of our Hearts.

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