Two Arsenal forwards feature in top 10 Premier League goalscorers of last decade but it is Sergio Aguero who is the king.
Five players received five red cards over the past 10 years in the Premier League and one of them was a player considered one of the best at Arsenal during that time - Laurent Koscielny.
No side in the Premier League has won more points from a losing position than Arsenal this season.
Gabriel Martinelli is the second highest scoring teenager in Europe at present and you can't help but think if he was English or at another club the mainstream media would be wetting themselves over him.
Gabriel Martinelli became the youngest player in Arsenal history to score on his full league debut when he netted the club's equaliser against West Ham, but that shouldn't surprise anyone.
As we say Goodbye! to Unai Emery and Hello! to Freddie Ljungberg, let's take a look how the Arsenal players rated in Unai Emery's final month in charge.
Fewer things put into focus the decline of Arsenal as an attacking force than a graph published over the weekend by David Wall.
With a lot of talk on social media about the number of tackles Nicolas Pepe has been making, we took a look at how high the winger ranks among Arsenal's top tacklers this season.
Mesut Ozil started his second Premier League game of the season against Wolves and, while Arsenal didn't win, it's clear with him in the side Arsenal score more goals...they also concede more too.
In Arsenal's last 18 Premier League games, they have won only six times, losing six and drawing the remaining matches, showing why Unai Emery should be sacked immediately.
Arsenal dropped points against Wolves on Saturday, and one of the main talking points afterwards was the disparity in chances created by the two sides.
I'm not going to lie, when I started this article about Unai Emery's Arsenal win percentage, this was not what I was expecting to find...
Excluding penalties, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has the best conversion rate of any Premier League player with 10+ goals since he joined the club.
Arsenal are third in the Premier League, just a solitary point behind Manchester City but they are only ranked 31st across Europe in terms of their ratings and six Premier League sides are playing better at the minute.
Arsenal sit top of the yellow card table with more yellows than anyone else, a higher yellow-per-game rate than any other side while picking up yellows for fewer fouls than any other side in the Premier League.
Gabriel Martinelli opened the scoring for Arsenal against Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night and then capped off his evening by spanking the fifth and final goal into the top corner, making him the eighth Brazilian to score for the club, but can you name the other seven?
Nobody has scored more Premier League goals than Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang since he joined Arsenal, after he drew level with Mohamed Salah on Monday.
Granit Xhaka was determined to leave Old Trafford with a yellow card on Monday night and is now just one away from an automatic suspension despite it only being the start of October.
Arsenal's draw against Liverpool in the League Cup looks like an extremely tough one, but the Gunners do have the best of the recent history between the two in the cups.
If there was one thing Arsene Wenger seemed able to do with ease for most of his tenure at Arsenal, it was beat newly-promoted sides with a side that were rightly, at times, called, flat-track bullies, so why is Unai Emery having so much trouble?
Tottenham Hotspur, not Arsenal, have the worst Premier League away record in 2019 of any team to feature in both the 2018/19 and 2019/20 seasons.
Much has been said about the shots Arsenal have allowed this season with Bernd Leno being called to make more saves than the Derby County side that's widely regarded as the worst the Premier League has ever seen but did you know Chelsea have an even worse defence?
No goalkeeper has made more saves in a Premier League match this season than Bernd Leno managed against 20th-placed Watford on Sunday.
A new football season means, of course, new Match Attax cards and we were lucky enough to get a sneak peak at some of Unai Emery’s squad stats as they look to add silverware to their collection this year.
Granit Xhaka gave away yet another idiotic penalty against Spurs on Sunday, costing Arsenal all three points with another moment of total footballing madness, but, as we know, this isn't the first time he's done that.
He might not have played a single minute this season, but following Nacho Monreal's departure from Arsenal this weekend, Mesut Ozil has now made more Premier League appearances than any other member of the Arsenal squad.
Arsenal were comprehensively beaten 3-1 by Liverpool on Saturday, but the one big positive was the performance of Nicolas Pepe.
Dani Ceballos deservedly picked up the Man of the Match award for his performance against Burnley on Saturday afternoon.
London produces more Premier League footballers than any other area in the country which is probably not a surprise given it is also the most populous.
Arsenal finished last season in fifth place but, had they taken all their chances, they could have finished much higher up the table.
Arsenal's conversion rate in 2018/19 was the best of any team in a single Premier League season since Opta started collecting stats.
Unai Emery might be coming in for a bit of criticism but his record at Arsenal in his first set of games is better than the media's darling, Mauricio Pochettino, Jurgen Klopp, Maurizio Sarri and Jose Mourinho.
Arsenal have the best conversion rate in the Premier League this season, they just aren't taking enough shots.
No player has given away more penalties for the same club than Granit Xhaka since the midfielder arrived in the Premier League.
Sokratis has now picked up more yellow cards in a league season than any other Arsenal player since the Premier League started.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is targeting the Golden Boot in his first full season in England with just two games remaining of the league season.
Arsenal are conceding more big chances per game than in any other season since 2010/11, according to data from Stats Zone.
Alexandre Lacazette provided his 10th assist of the campaign on Sunday, meaning he's now reached double figures for goals and assists this season.
Thierry Henry may well be Arsenal's greatest ever goalscorer, but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is scoring at a rate not seen since Ian Wright was at the club.
After their victory over Watford on Monday, Arsenal have won all five of their matches immediately after Europa League knockout games.