The last time Arsenal were top of the Premier League was in a very different era, after multiple matches – the inevitable collapse after Christmas.

With Mikel Arteta in charge, the fully modified team has a spring under its feet and has been back there for at least a day. It cost them around £350million, various warnings caught by documentary cameras and a few false starts, but they certainly look competitive.

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