Mikel Arteta welcomed reece nelsonJoe must rate the 97th-minute winner against Bournemouth as “the loudest and most emotional moment” as manager at the Emirates Stadium armory more trust they can win Premier League Topic.
Arsenal were 2-0 down Philip Billing 9.11 seconds scored the second fastest goal in first division history Marcos SenesiA 57th-minute header doubled Bournemouth’s lead.
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however, Thomas Partey halved the deficit 62 minutes ago ben white Equalized after eight minutes.
In a frenetic finish – which saw Arsenal take 31 shots, a season-high in the Premier League – Nelson netted a stunning drive from the edge of the box and celebrated ecstatically.
Arsenal staff flooded the pitch while fans stayed long after the final whistle to cheer on their team as they re-established a five-point lead Manchester City on top of the table.
“It is probably the loudest and most emotional moment we have lived together,” said Arteta, who was appointed Arsenal head coach in December 2019.
“The journey we’ve been on together and the way supporters and players are gliding along together. Adding to that moment, it’s really special.”
Arsenal have hit a run since losing to City on 15 February Aston Villa, leicester city, everton and Bournemouth. they lost leandro trossard Saturday went off injured in the first half but Nelson scored his first league goal since October to keep up their winning run.
Arteta said, “It is very difficult to win four games in the Premier League and we have won three matches in a week, which is even more difficult.”
“We have done it in different ways and that should instill more confidence. A lot of things went against the team today.
First our mistake [goal]So the fact that we weren’t scoring, the situation with Leo [Trossard]The first set-play he had, he scored. The team still found a way to win games and that’s a really positive.”