‘not seen it in a long time…’ – Pundit makes ‘huge’ Arsenal claim after latest –

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Alan Hutton believes ARSENAL will look back on their win over Bournemouth as a “huge” moment in their Premier League title charge.

Arsenal have been sitting top of that Premier League for quite a while now and are heavily tipped to beat off Manchester City to win their first title since the 2004 season.

They are just five points ahead of City at the moment – but it was the game against Bournemouth that really gave the fans belief that they could pull off a sensational League win.

The visitors went a goal ahead within a minute of play through Philip Billing and then doubled their lead just before the hour mark via Marcos Senesi – But goals from Thomas Partey, Ben White and Reiss Nelson in the final half an hour secured the 20th league win of the season for Arsenal.

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Hutton believes that Nelson’s 97th-minute winner is the type of moment that defines a season: “I definitely think that if Arsenal do go on to win the league then they’ll look back on these moments,” Hutton told Football Insider

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They’ve shown something and I’ve not seen it in a long time in an ARSENAL team, that fighting spirit and never-say-die attitude.

That’s a trait that all top teams have and definitely one that a league-winning side needs.

They’re showing it every other week at this point in time and they’ll look back on it as a huge moment.

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This Arsenal side is quite brilliant and honestly – it would be a massive disappointment if they do not win the League title as they have been the best in England.

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