Arsenal have celebrated the anniversary of their Invincibles title success by removing the ‘Ls’ from their social media profiles.
The Gunners famously went the whole 2003/04 season without a single defeat.
Arsene Wenger’s side remain the only club in English football to end a 38-game campaign without losing.
They went on to lift the title with 90 points, with their final win coming against Leicester on May 15, 2004.
Arsenal have been posting on social media all day about the feat and even removed the Ls from their profile to celebrate.
Arsenal will remain the only ‘Invincible’ team in Premier League history for another year at least.
Liverpool were on course to go the 2019/20 Premier League campaign without losing, before suffering a shock 3-0 defeat to Watford in February.
Arsenal legend Martin Keown thinks the Invincibles could have won the title in an era.
He told talkSPORT host Jim White: “Of course they were the best!
“I’m not messing about, that team could have won in any era.
“I saw them develop from young men, I was the senior figure then and they matured into a fantastic group of players, they were world class.
“Thierry Henry was like an international sprinter with football boots instead of spikes. Dennis Bergkamp with his vision, it was unbelievable. Watching him perform was like watching ballet.
“Robert Pires on the left and Freddie Ljungberg on the right, he doesn’t get enough plaudits.
“Then that midfield; Gilberto Silva, a World Cup winner, and Patrick Vieira alongside him, another World Cup winner.
“Then there’s Sol Campbell at his absolute peak at the back.”