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Kai Havertz reveals one area Arsenal were determined to improve on during Burnley win

The Gunners forward identifies one area where the team improved from last weekend’s game against West Ham at Turf Moor.

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After the resounding 6-0 victory over West Ham a week ago, Arsenal forward Kai Havertz has revealed that there was one aspect the team aimed to improve upon in the match against Burnley.

The Gunners followed that impressive victory at the London Stadium with another commanding performance, thrashing Burnley 5-0 on Sunday, with Havertz getting on the scoresheet for Arsenal.

The German striker has hit top form in recent weeks, establishing himself as a key player as the Gunners push for silverware.

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Reflecting on the team’s recent wins, Havertz said it was important for the Gunners to score early goals.

Against West Ham at the London Stadium, it took 32 minutes for William Saliba to score Arsenal’s first goal, so the team worked hard to change that vs. Burnley.

Martin Odegaard fired Arsenal in front after four minutes vs. Burnley to set the foundation for another big win on Sunday.

Mikel Arteta must be a happy man seeing his team score goals for fun. (Image Credit: Getty Images)

Havertz said after the match: ‘We wanted to start the game (Vs. Burnley) very well, and we lacked that at West Ham. We wanted to change that, so the early goal was very important to us. We scored a few more good goals, and we’re happy with the win.’

Arsenal’s pursuit of perfection could be unsettling for other Premier League teams. Mikel Arteta observed his side’s dominant 6-0 victory over the Hammers and identified areas for improvement, demonstrating a commitment to continual progress.

While many teams would revel in a 6-0 away victory, Arsenal remained committed to improving noticed flaws, like Havertz suggests of the early goal target vs. Burnley.

With their current form boasting 14 goals in three games and conceding just once, Arsenal’s performance signals a title-winning trajectory.

The Gunners look ready for the final stretch of the season, where details like goal difference could count in the race for the Premier League title.

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