19 May 2024
How Arteta's 100 wins played out 2

How Arteta's 100 wins played out 2

England After defeating Fulham in round 27 of the Premier League, Mikel Arteta reached the milestone of 100 victories and became the coach with the highest winning rate in Arsenal history.

Arteta reached this milestone in his 168th match leading Arsenal – on a trip to Fulham on March 12.

Ranked second is Arsene Wenger with 266 draws, 253 losses and 716 wins through 1,235 matches – achieving a win rate of 57.9%.

Arteta rejoices after Arsenal defeated Fulham at Craven Cottage, London on March 12.

The coach with the third highest winning rate in Arsenal history is Unai Emery with 43 wins in 78 matches, reaching a rate of 55.13%.

The remaining coaches in the top 9 include Thomas Mitchell (54.5%), William Elcoat (53.8%), Harry Bradshaw (51.3%), Herbert Chapman (49.8%), George Graham (48.9

Arteta succeeded Emery and won his first win in his third match leading Arsenal – a 2-0 home win over Man Utd thanks to Sokratis and Nicolas Pepe in the Premier League on New Year’s Day 2020. First win on

Arteta’s 100 wins came in five tournaments, 70 of which were Premier League matches, and against 38 clubs.

Arsenal have won every day of the week under Arteta.

Arteta won two titles, winning 2-1 against Chelsea thanks to Aubameyang’s double in the FA Cup final in August 2020.

Arteta reached the milestone of 50 victories, when Arsenal defeated Burnley 1-0 thanks to Martin Odegaard’s free kick on September 18, 2021.

After last week’s win over Fulham, when asked about this special milestone, Arteta replied: `It’s great, we have to continue like that. But unfortunately, it’s not a title so there’s still a lot to do.`

Arsenal is leading the Premier League with 66 points, five points ahead of Man City, and is aiming for its first championship since the 2003-2004 unbeaten season.

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