Alexandre Lacazette late goal gives Arsenal a come back to drew the North London derby clash between Arsenal and Crystal Palace at Emirates stadium on Monday evening ended 2-2 draw.
The Gunners made perfect start to the game and found themselves lead inside 8 minutes through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
After Palace goalkeeper Vicente Guaita saves Nicolas Pepe’s shot, but the rebound only finds Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for a tap-in at the back post to put Arsenal in front of the visitor.
Mikel Arteta’s men unable to extend their tally, as Palace finally broken the deadlock early in the second half of the game through Christian Benteke.
Jordan Ayew’s pressing on Partey. The ball squirted out to Benteke and the striker broke free from Gabriel Magalhaes before driving his shot past Ramsdale.
The Eagles completed their turnaround when once again they found plenty of North London to stretch their legs into. Gallagher and sub Michael Olise brought the ball out in a slick counter-attack for Edouard to belt home via the crossbar.
Alexandre Lacazette had provided fresh impetus off the bench but Arsenal struggled to get going quick enough to catch Palace on the hop. Kieran Tierney thumped a shot onto the crossbar when it really should have gone in.
Yet, Lacazette was the man after a 95th-minute corner wasn’t cleared and he found a pocket of space to bury a leveller for the jubilant, and relieved, home fans.
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