Arsenal has extended their record-breaking run to ten straight away wins after defeating French side Marseille 2-1 in their Group F clash in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Despite Marseille bossing the game for long periods in the first half, Theo Walcott paved the way for a victory in Arsenal's 16th Champions League campaign by scoring his first goal of the season for the club in the 64th minute of the game.
Walcott's goal was followed by Aaron Ramsey's goal, which clinched victory, with Ramsey's first-half performance typifying Arsenal's defiance.
The report mentioned that the win has left Arsenal in a great shape to survive the 'Group of Death' with a precious away win and their confidence growing with every game before they face Napoli and Borussia Dortmund.
Despite injuries shortening their list of players, Arsenal is reportedly second in the Premier League and their confidence was enhanced with their resolute defence which sealed them a win.