Bournemouth 3-3 Arsenal: Twitter Reacts As Arsenal Salvage A Dramatic Comeback Against The Cherries
Olivier Giroud once again rescued a point for Arsenal with a goal in the injury time as the Gunners came from 3-0 down to complete a dramatic comeback against Bournemouth.
Needing a win to leapfrog Manchester City at the third position, Arsene Wenger’s men were staring down the barrel just before the hour mark when Ryan Fraser seemed to seal the game for the Cherries by firing them to a 3-0 lead. Eddie Howe’s men took the lead in the 16th minute when Charlie Daniels cut inside Hector Bellerin and put a shot past on-rushing keeper Petr Cech. Four minutes later, Callum Wilson scored a penalty to extend Bournemouth’s lead before Ryan Fraser scored in the 58th minute to put Arsenal in danger of losing third away defeat in the Premier League. However, the home team failed to sustain the momentum as Arsenal ran away with a point.
Alexis Sanchez began the comeback with a diving header before a stunning volley from Lucas Perez reduced the deficit to just one goal. In-form Olivier Giroud then completed the dramatic comeback with a headed goal in the 92nd minute.
Let us see how Twitter reacted to the goal fest:
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