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  • Updated: September 03, 2023

Arsenal Score Twice In Stoppage Time To Stun Man Utd 

Arsenal Score Twice In Stoppage Time To Stun Man Utd 

Arsenal scored twice in stoppage time to stun Manchester United in a game packed with drama at the Emirates on Sunday.

The Gunners secured a famous 3-1 win courtesy of goals from Declan Rice and Gabriel.

United had gone in front in the 27th minute when Marcus Rashford sent a right-foot drive past Arsenal keeper Aaron Ramsdale.

But Arsenal drew level almost instantly when captain Odegaard sent an emphatic finish into the bottom corner, keeping the scores level at the break.

The Gunners thought they had gotten a penalty in the second-half to take the lead but it was over-turned by the VAR after referee Anthony Taylor originally ruled Havertz had been fouled.

Another glorious opportunity then fell to Bukayo Saka but the England international shot straight at keeper Andre Onana.

The drama then switched to the other end as substitute Alejandro Garnacho broke free to score with three minutes left, only for a close VAR offside call denied him his moment.

With United celebrations cut short, Arsenal produced two devastating blows in eight added minutes.

Rice's deflected shot gave Arsenal the lead before substitute Gabriel Jesus raced clear to wrap up the win, sparking wild celebrations among the home fans.

The result moved Arsenal to fifth place, while United fell to 11th in the early standings.

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