And even Wenger's title-winning "Invincibles" feat could be usurped as Manchester City outshines Arsenal's unbeaten class of 2003-04 with 20 wins and two draws after 22 rounds of 38.
The new season appeared to be shaping up into a two-horse race between the Manchester clubs, but as Manchester United started to stutter in the autumn, Manchester City just kept on going, and an 18-match winning streak means they have nearly wrapped up the 2017/18 title already.
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As such, total USA aid allocated to Pakistan-both civilian and military-since 2001 is $19.354 billion. "We shall take all decisions in this regard taking into account our national interests", he said .
Wenger said referees were living in the dark ages and even siding against his team after a series of refereeing decisions - including against West Brom on Sunday and Chelsea on Wednesday - cost Arsenal dearly. "Both teams had chances that they missed but I think it was a great game of football". Bellerin's later equalizer wiped out Marcos Alonso's strike.
Speaking after the game, Wenger told Sky Sports of his disappointment at the decision: "After that, we got again a farcical decision and mentally we were shocked".
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Meanwhile, Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley expressed his admiration on Serena's efforts to return to the game she likes.
His Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hailed his display as the Gunners grabbed a point after a late Hector Bellerin strike pulled the home side level after Marcos Alonso thought he had grabbed the victor for the West Londoners minutes earlier.
Wenger is contesting the FA charge. Referee Mike Dean was Wenger's target at West Brom for awarding the hosts a soft penalty for a handball by Arsenal defender Calum Chambers.
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"It was non-stop football, running up and down", said Bellerin. "I know what I say after a game and I stand up for what I said, no problem".