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Arsenal moved up to fifth with an exciting win against Manchester United that was marred by some questionable decisions. Victor Lindelof escaped being given a red card for flying into Eddie Nketiah, and Declan Rice may have seen his dramatic late winner called off due to poor refereeing decisions.

1. Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s foul on Kai Havertz

Kai Havertz seemed out of place in Arsenal’s side and wasted another opportunity to open scoring. Swinging his left foot at an inviting pass but failing to hit its target and falling over after failing to connect earned himself a penalty kick and resulted in another missed goal opportunity for Arsenal.

Referee Anthony Taylor overturned that ruling after consulting VAR. He determined that Wan-Bissaka did not trip Havertz when the Manchester United player placed their foot into their opponent without being hindered in any way by Wan-Bissaka’s body or another player’s foot being in his path, thus ruling in favour of Wan-Bissaka and ruling it a non-trip.

After his disappointment at full time, Rice was jeered off the pitch by fans booing. Yet the Gunners showed resilience by equalising just after half time when Martin Odegaard’s low cross found Eddie Nketiah unmarked inside the box who sidefooted a shot past Ramsdale into the net for an equaliser and giving Rice a splendid debut performance.

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2. Gabriel Martinelli’s free-kick

Every meeting between these bitter rivals is an electrifying spectacle and the Emirates Stadium was no different at kick-off. However, it was the visitors who controlled early exchanges; forcing the hosts to retreat before unleashing furious tackles all over the pitch.

Havertz appeared to have earned a penalty after being clipped by Aaron Wan-Bissaka, but Anthony Taylor quickly called over the pitch-side monitor and overturned this ruling.

Second period action began at full tilt. Havertz thought he had earned another penalty when brought down by Bukayo Saka, but the referee consulted video assistant referee and decided there wasn’t sufficient contact between player and opponent – leaving United fans fuming about this decision.

3. Martin Odegaard’s goal

As the game entered its final eight minutes, Arsenal earned a corner and had the opportunity to seal their match-win with a great strike from Rice that went low through a forest of legs and past Andre Onana for a goal that sent shockwaves through Emirates Stadium – giving their home side an important win! The crowd celebrated as home team secured crucial three points.

Odegaard is blossoming into an outstanding young midfielder for Arsenal. His strength and vision inside the box have proven an asset during a stellar performance for them; his goal capped a tremendous overall effort as Norway international Odegaard led his side in shots taken and chances created.

Visitors Alejandro Garnacho thought he had secured an equaliser in the last minute, only for VAR to rule it offside and rule his attempt out as offside – harsh on them but allowing Arsenal to score their winner deep into stoppage time; Gabriel Jesus completed an emphatic victory with his late third goal.

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4. Alexis Sanchez’s goal

Alexis Sanchez of Arsenal excels when given the freedom to express himself freely. During his first two seasons with them he averaged 3.6 shots per 90 minutes and always represented a threat when attacking.

Chilean striker Gonzalo Higuain looked set to end a disappointing time at Old Trafford by scoring against Manchester United, only for his effort to be controversially disallowed by an offside decision by a linesman after it took an unusual deflection off N’Golo Kante and near Aaron Ramsey who was in an offside position.

This decision sent shockwaves through Emirates Stadium and provided the visitors with a huge boost, giving them momentum as they went on to seal an incredible comeback victory when Declan Rice headed in Bukayo Saka’s corner during stoppage time and Gabriel Jesus added another goal in added time – all thanks to Declan Rice. It was truly remarkable turnaround from Arsenal who had been under constant pressure throughout this game; their incredible comeback deservedly won this thrilling battle!