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‘I Thinks Will Need This Display Again’: Watch The Ways Arsenal Defeat Liverpool At Anfield Back In 2012 In The EPL

The last term Arsenal defeat Liverpool at Anfield stadium in the Premier League was back in 2012, when Arsene Wenger’s men secured their first victory of the season in impressive style.

The Gunners are delivered impressive display at Anfield, with players such as Santi Cazorla, Mikel Arteta, Lukas Podolski and Abou Diaby were all showcased series of standout performer.

After a series of magic display in middle of park between Santi Cazorla and Mikel Arteta, the Gunners had finally broken the deadlock in the 31st minute of the game.

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Steven Gerrard’s attempt to find Luis Suarez was intercepted by Thomas Vermaelen and when the ball reached Podolski, Arsenal counter-attacked with ­devastating conviction.

The German fed Cazorla but kept running 50 yards to take a beautifully-weighted return pass into space Glen Johnson failed to fill, picking his spot to squeeze a left-foot shot past Reina.

The Gunners unable to extend their tally until 68th minute when Santi Cazorla bagged his first Premier League goal in Arsenal shirt.

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The Spaniard strolled away from substitute Jonjo Shelvey, played a pass to Podolski and took the return ball through the inside-left channel.

Since then, Arsenal have struggled to secured victory at Anfield, even the Reds have been dominant in this particular fixture as they won seven in the last 10 games. But the case may change this time around, with Mikel Arteta’s men are in good form.

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The Gunners are currently unbeaten in their last 8 league matches, win six and draw two despite start the campaign in a disappointing ways, with three consecutive defeats in their opening first three league games.

Liverpool, on the other hand, struggled in their last three league games. The Reds thrashed Manchester United 5-0, but struggled to get past Brighton before test defeat at West Ham before the international break.

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