A look at Arsenal's 2018/19 season;

The 2018/19 season was Arsenal's 27th season in the Premier League, 102nd overall season in the top flight and 99th consecutive season in the top flight of English football. The club participated in the Premier League and the UEFA Europa League, and participated in the FA Cup and the EFL Cup.

This was the first season in 22 years without manager Arsène Wenger. For the second consecutive season, Arsenal qualified for the UEFA Europa League. This is the club's first season under new manager Unai Emery. This was the first time since 2006 that Arsenal reached a European final.

Arsenal began the off-season by completing some squad alterations. They started by announcing the departure of club captain Per Mertesacker, who retired to become the new academy coach. After six years at the club, Santi Cazorla's departure was also announced upon the expiry of his contract. Further, Petr Čech, Héctor Bellerín, Mohamed Elneny, Mesut Özil, Granit Xhaka and Ainsley Maitland-Niles all received new squad numbers, with the latter two also extending their contracts.

The first signing of the Unai Emery was Swiss right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner, who joined on a free transfer from Juventus on 5 June. The club then signed German goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Bayer Leverkusen two weeks later, for a rumoured fee of £19.2 million.

Meanwhile, club stalwart Jack Wilshere departed following the expiry of his contract, after 17 years at the club, and Greek central defender Sokratis joined the club from Borussia Dortmund for £14.8 million on 8 July.

Shortly thereafter, the club signed defensive midfielder Lucas Torreira from Sampdoria for a reported fee of £26.4 million on 10 July, and announced the transfer of Matteo Guendouzi from Lorient for a rumoured £7 million a day later.

Arsenal finished fifth in the Premier League with 70 points, missing out on the top four with one point. The Gunners lost to Chelsea in the Europa League final, were knocked out of the FA Cup by Manchester United in the fourth round and lost to Tottenham in the EFL Carabao quarter-finals.

Alexandre Lacazette was voted the Arsenal Player of the Season after racking up 19 goals and 11 assists in all competitions, including big game contributions against against Tottenham, Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool, Napoli and Valencia with his superb work-rate.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang finished as the club's top scorer with 31 goals overall, 22 of which were in the Premier League and shared the Golden Boot with Liverpool duo Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.

Aubameyang's second goal in the 3-1 victory over Leicester City was voted the club's Goal of the Season due to its brilliant buildup and team play.

Arsenal received a total of 95 yellow cards and 5 red cards throughout the season. Sokratis Papastathopoulos was shown the most yellow cards with 12 (all in the league) and one red card in Europa League. Matteo Guendouzi received 11 yellow cards and one red.

58 matches were played overall, 35 matches won, 8 were drawn, 15 lost, 112 goals scored and conceded 71 with a winning percent of 60.34. There were 19 different players who scored for the club throughout the season.

18 clean sheets were kept throughout the season. 8 for Cech, 8 for Leno, 1 for Martinez and 1 was shared.

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