GUNNERS YEARS: Anniversary of Ted Drake's famous seven-goal feast
1935: Ted Drake scores all seven goals in a 7-1 at Aston Villa – a remarkable feat which remains a top-flight record 73 years later. The Arsenal striker also hit the underside of the bar in a stunning display of centre forward play. 1985: Young striker N
Ted Drake scores all seven goals in a 7-1 at Aston Villa - a remarkable feat which remains a top-flight record 73 years later. The Arsenal striker also hit the underside of the bar in a stunning display of centre forward play.
Young striker Niall Quinn scores on his debut as Arsenal beat champions Liverpool 2-0.
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Charlie Nicholas had opened the scoring for Don Howe's side before the Irishman struck the second past Bruce Grobelaar in front of a 35,048 crowd at a freezing cold Highbury.
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