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The EMBARRASSING stats from Arsenal’s 3-3 draw against Southampton: The Gunners make unwanted history as league leaders and Aaron Ramsdale is making more errors leading to shots than anyone!

Arsenal’s hopes of winning the Premier League title suffered a blow as they drew 3-3 at home to Southampton, and there were some embarrassing statistics to add to their misery.

Aaron Ramsdale has now made six errors leading to an opposition shot in the Premier League this season, which is two more than any other player.

A mistake from Ramsdale in the first minute allowed Carlos Alcaraz to give Southampton an early lead.

Ramsdale has been largely impressive this season and has made some excellent saves at times, but he is still capable of making costly errors.

Furthermore, last night’s game was the first time in Premier League history that the team at the bottom of the division has scored three goals against the leaders.

Arsenal's Aaron Ramsdale has made six errors leading to opposition goals this season

Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale has made six errors leading to opposition goals this season

It is the first time in Premier League history that the division's bottom team has scored three goals against the league leaders

It is the first time in Premier League history that the division’s bottom team has scored three goals against the league leaders

Only Southampton (one) have kept fewer clean sheets in home matches than Arsenal (three) in the league this season. 

Arsenal have also conceded the two quickest goals in the Premier League this season – nine seconds when Philip Billing scored for Bournemouth, and Alcaraz’s strike, which came after 28 seconds. 

After Alcaraz had opened the scoring, Theo Walcott netted to make it 2-0 against his former club.

Gabriel Martinelli got a goal back for Arsenal but Duje Caleta-Car restored Southampton’s two-goal advantage.

A late rally from Arsenal saw Martin Odegaard and Bukayo Saka score to make it 3-3, but the Gunners were unable to get a winner.

Arsenal have conceded the two quickest goals in the Premier League so far this season

Arsenal have conceded the two quickest goals in the Premier League so far this season

Arsenal are now five points ahead of title rivals Manchester City, but Pep Guardiola’s side have two games in hand and the two teams also have to play each other at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday.

Arsenal have shown great consistency for much of the season but they have now drawn their last three league games in succession.

Following the high-profile clash against City, Arsenal will subsequently take on Chelsea, Newcastle, Brighton, Nottingham Forest and Wolves. 

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