Premier League, London Stadium – West Ham United 3 (Lingard 15, Bowen 17, Soucek 32) Arsenal 3 (Soucek og 38, Dawson og 61, Lacazette 82)
Arsenal fought back from three goals down to draw 3-3 with West Ham. Hammers raced into a three-goal lead after a sluggish start from Arsenal. But the Gunners rallied in the second half to produce a brilliant comeback.
David Moyes’ side took the lead in the 32nd minute through Tomas Soucek. Alexandre Lacazette pulled one back for the Gunners before half-time. Bukayo Saka missed two good chances to reduce the deficit before the break.
Arsenal began the second half quickly and Lacazette saw a chipped shot acrobatically cleared off the line by Issa Diop in the 47th minute. Their pressure paid off as their second arrived in the 62nd minute when Craig Dawson turned in Chambers’ dangerous cross. Kieran Tierney prevented Bowen or Antonio from scoring West Ham’s fourth four minutes later.
TALKING POINT – A THRILLING CONTEST FOR THE NEUTRAL
Arsenal produced a stunning second-half comeback to earn a point against West Ham at the Emirates Stadium.
MAN OF THE MATCH – CALUM CHAMBERS
Championship side Burnley were made to toil by Arsenal’s Calum Chambers in their 1-0 defeat at Emirates Stadium.