Arsenal targeted Liverpool by changing the club’s name Twitter Account before a documentary about “The Invincibles”.
Currently exposed to soccer in the midst of Corona virus Pandemic, the Gunners are said to show on the website and in the club’s app a film about Arsene Wenger’s famous team, who remained undefeated all season to win the 2003/4 Premier League title.
But a surprising defeat at Watford In February the sequence for Jürgen Klopp’s team ended in 44 games – five less than the record set by the Gunners in 2004.
As part of this run, Arsenal won 26 of their 38 games in the 2003/04 Premier League and drew the other 12 when they took the title 11 points ahead of the runner-up Chelsea.
And as they prepare to air the documentary about this historic season, the Gunners cryptically changed the name on their Twitter account to “Arsena”.
A fan was on the ball and quickly realized that the last letter had been dropped because Arsenal hadn’t taken an L during the Invincibles season.
And when he tweeted his observation back, the club simply answered with a knowing wink.
Arsenal clearly dominated the Premier League this season, but it was the last time they won the title – despite having won four FA Cups since then.
Meanwhile, Liverpool is still waiting for its first top crown in 30 years after the season was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Klopp’s team has a whopping 25 points ahead Manchester Cityafter winning 27 of their 29 games this season.
Aside from Watford, the only other team to score points from Liverpool this season was the strong rival Manchester Unitedwhich led the Reds to a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford in October.
Liverpool only needs two wins to seal a first championship since 1990 – and hopes the Premier League season can resume soon so they can overcome the lack of titles.