- Arsenal are one of the two teams from Europe that have not suffered any defeat in 2020
- The North London side have played ten games, resulting into six wins and four draws
- Arsenal won a Europa League Round 32 clash against Olympiacos in Greece thanks to Lacazette's strike as they are set to welcome their opponent for second leg
Arsenal could have experienced a torrid run in the Premier League earlier in the season but their record in Europe is enviable and astonishingly perfect in 2020 after the North London side emerged as one of the two clubs without any loss this year.
Gunners cruised to a narrow 1-0 victory during their Europa League Round 32 encounter against Athenian side Olympiacos on Thursday, February 20, at the Karaiskakis Stadium.
Alexandre Lacazette pulled the lone trigger that sank the Athenians at the front of their supporters courtesy of a wonderful assist from youngster defender Bukayo Saka.
The Gunners also went on to win 3-2 against Everton last weekend in the Premier League.
The victory means Arsenal have now played ten games in 2020, winning six and drawing four.
Hellas Verona are the second side that have not suffered a defeat in 2020, with their last eight games resulting in four wins and four draws. Their last game against Cagliari was postponed.
German giants Bayern Munich have also not suffered a defeat in 2020, though they lost a friendly match to Nürnberg in a thrilling show which ended on 5-2 note.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are now 9th on the EPL table with 37 points in 27 games so far, with their last outing in the Premier League ending in 2-1 victory over Everton.
Arsenal will face Olympiacos on Thursday, February 27, in the second leg of their Europa League clash at the Emirates Stadium.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Liverpool have reportedly thrown the hat in the ring for the signing of Nigerian-born Arsenal prodigy Bukayo Saka following the youngster's show of promise for the North London side.
The 18-year-old has enjoyed a steady breakthrough at Arsenal under both former manager Unai Emery and present one Mikel Arteta.
Saka proved his influence in Arsenal team on Thursday night, February 20, with a wonderful assist to Alexandre Lacazette's goal which made the difference as Gunners eased past Olympiakos in their first leg of Europea League tie.
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