London, March 4 (BNA): Arsenal staged a sensational second-half comeback to stay in control of the Premier League title race today, Saturday, securing a dramatic victory over Bournemouth with almost the last kick of the game.
Reiss Nelson – a substitute making just his third league appearance of the season – was the unlikely scorer in the seventh minute of stoppage time, firing with his left foot from the edge of the area to seal a 3-2 win at Emirates Stadium. .
Arsenal’s three goals came from the 62nd minute, at a time when it looked like relegation-threatened Bournemouth would achieve unlikely victories.
He led through Philip Billing after 9.11 seconds, the second fastest goal in league history, reports the Associated Press.
In the end, nothing changed in the title race, as second-placed Manchester City beat Newcastle 2-0 at home to keep the pressure on Arsenal.