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is this record still going? i dont remember for more then a season that we havent scored in a EPL game.

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if this record is still going, can someone detail it? like exactly how much games we've been scoring in?
 

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well scorin in every epl game went last season when we lost at OT 2-0.
we also lost the most number of games without a 0-0 draw this year at the battle of OT.

the record i think we have is scorin in the most number of HOME EPL GAMES.... and this one is still on.

the other 2 we do hold the record only thing the run is over!!
 

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here's a great page at Arseweb to satisfy all your queries ;)

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Most consecutive scoring league games in English domestic football: 55
Previous record: 46 by Chesterfield who achieved it in Division 3 North in 1929-1931 See this Evening Standard page for details. The Spireites scorers including one George Hunt, who scored 9 in 14 games before joining Tottenham. He then made the "Sol switch" to Arsenal in time for the 1938 championship. Chesterfield's run came to an end when forced to play 3 games in 3 days at Xmas 1931!
The last match in which Arsenal failed to score (before the run) was a 0-0 draw at Newcastle on 15/05/01.
The run then started with a 2-3 loss away to Southampton on 19/05/01 (the last match of the 2000-2001 season). It was brought to an end by a 2-0 loss at Man Utd on 07/12/02.
The run extended from the end of the 2000-2001 season, all the way through the double-winning 2001-2002 season, and into the 2002-2003 up to and including the 3-1 win over Villa on 30/11/02.

Most consecutive scoring games in English top flight: 55
see above for details of the run
Previous record (44) set by Manchester City, who coincidentally Arsenal had to beat to equal that record. Man City did it in 1936-1937. See this BBC page for more. Particularly intriguing is the fact that while their scoring feats helped them to the title in 1937, they didn't help so much the next season. In fact, the following season 1937-1938, they finished division 1 as top scorers, but were relegated, thus achieving two unique feats of being relegated both as league champions and top scorers. Wow, that defence must have been bad! Suddenly their appointing Kevin Keegan makes a lot more sense...

Most consecutive scoring away matches: 27
Spanning the 2001-2002 and 2002-2003 seasons.
Previous record of 24 held by Manchester United who did it over seasons 2000-2001, 2001-2002, and 2002-2003. It came to an end with a 1-0 loss at Elland Road. This is definitely a Premiership record, we're not sure if it also a top-flight or English league record.

See above for details of the run.
 

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u guys also drew0-0 with manunited this season as well
 
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