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Bukayo Saka celebrates with Gabriel of Arsenal after scoring the teams second goal during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Manchester United at Emirates Stadium on January 22 2023 in London, England. Picture: SHAUN BOTTERILL/GETTY IMAGES

London Arsenal confirmed they are deadly serious about winning the Premier League title by beating Manchester United 3-2 on Sunday to reach 50 points at the halfway mark of the season a tally which usually leads to ending the season as champions.

The victory, clinched by Eddie Nketiahs stoppage-time strike, saw Arsenal become only the fifth team in Premier League history to hit 50 points from their first 19 games. Three of the previous four teams to hit that milestone went on to lift the crown.

Manchester City romped to the title in 2017-18 after taking 55 points in the first half of the season, as did Liverpool in 2019-20, while Chelsea became champions in 2005-06 after hitting 51 points. Only Liverpool in 2018-19 failed to take the title after hitting 51 points from 19 matches, being edged out by Manchester City after squandering a seven-point lead.

Arsenal have a smaller advantage over City than Liverpool did, leading Pep Guardiolas side by five points, and they have played one game fewer.

Arsenal visit Manchester City in the FA Cup on Friday before a league showdown between the two teams at the Emirates Stadium on February 15 which could have a huge say in whether the Gunners lift their first Premier League crown in 19 years or are pegged back by City, who have won four of the last five titles.

City lost some momentum by losing the derby to Manchester United last weekend but proved they will not easily surrender their crown by storming back from two goals down to beat Tottenham Hotspur 4-2 on Thursday before Sundays thumping 3-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane said Arsenal were in the driving seat.

The momentum is with them, theres good experience, youth and pace. They had good options off the bench theyre in a great place, Keane said on Sky Sports. If you had said at the start of the season theyd be where they are, you wouldnt have believed it. It will take a lot to stop them.

But his old teammate and fellow pundit Gary Neville said City should not be counted out just yet.

Arsenal need to now go on and prove to us that they can win the title, which is going to be really tough. Theyve still got to play Manchester City twice and theyve got them on their shoulders, he said. Theyre a massive powerhouse, Manchester City and Pep Guardiola. You can imagine them sitting there tonight not being too fazed by this.

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