With three goals against Hull on Monday, Arsenal became just the eigth team in Europe this year to cross the century mark in goals scored this season.
An incredible feat for an Arsenal team that struggled mightily to start this year’s campaign.
The Gooners had a difficult time putting the ball in the net in the first three months of the season but have turned it on since December.
Arsene Wegner’s squad had just 37 goals through November and looked like they may not qualify for a Champions League position.
The cold of December arrived, but the Gooners turned up the heat. In all but two matches since December, Arsenal have scored at least two goals per game.
An astounding accomplishment given the poor start to the season.
Interestingly, Arsene Wenger’s side has proven to be exceptionally generous as 21 different players have notched a goal for the Gooners.
Surpassing the 100 goal mark is an impressive feat for any team. Only seven other teams have achieved this feat in the 2014-2015 season. The way the Gooners have done it has been even more remarkable. After failing to score 50 goals by the mid-point of the season, Arsenal have found a way to punish teams with offesive fire-power in the second half of the campaign.