Unai Emery came to Arsenal as a successor for Arsene Wenger with high expectations after winning three consecutive Europe League titles with Sevilla.
The Spaniard hit the ground running with a 22 game unbeaten run nearer the beginning of his time at the club.
Despite the Sunday’s defeat to Crystal Palace (3-2), Emery’s side still remain in the hunt for the remaining two Champions League qualification spots, alongside Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester United. They are also through to the semi-final of the Europa League.
Emery has won 32 games in his first 50 outings as Arsenal coach beating not only Arsene Wenger but also George Allison who has the second-best record with 28 wins.
According to latest statistics by OptaJoe, since the start of the 2017-18 season, only 28% of Arsenal’s total points have come away from home in the Premier League (35/126); the lowest proportion of the “big six” sides in the competition in this period. But their home form is inspirational.
Moreover, the Spaniard has turned Arsenal into the hardest working team in the Premier League this season.
According to the latest statistic by The Sun, Arsenal average mile is 71.3 and KMs per game-114.7.