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2013: Top 5 highest scoring Premier League teams (4)

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3. Arsenal

Goals in 2013: 69

The Gunners have really taken the handbrake off this season (to use a Wenger-ism) and have looked capable of producing goals from all over the pitch.

While striker Olivier Giroud shoulders the goalscoring burden, he has been ably supported by the likes of Aaron Ramsey and Mesut Ozil.

Indeed, in 2013 the Gunners have been remarkably strong - of their last 11 games in 2012/13 they won 9 - while this season they are sitting pretty at the top of the table.

They have scored exactly the same amount of goals with each foot (14) in the 2013/14 season - proof of the north London club's versatility in front of goal. They also have scored the joint most headed goals in the Premier League this season of our top five.

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