Arsenal’s French striker Alexandre Lacazette (C) celebrates with teammates after scoring his team’s first goal during the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium in London on November 3, 2018. (Photo by Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP) /
Alexandre Lacazette struck a late equaliser through Alex Iwobi’s pass, as Arsenal and Liverpool shared the spoils in an entertaining Premier League clash.
Liverpool looked to be going three points clear at the top of the table after James Milner’s 50th career Premier League goal had set them on course for victory.
Earlier, Marcus Rashford hit a stoppage-time winner as Manchester United came from behind again to continue their revival, this time securing a 2-1 victory at in-form Bournemouth.
Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth had won five of their past six fixtures and were on course to win again when Callum Wilson gave them a deserved lead, but as they similarly did against Newcastle and Chelsea, United regrouped, securing a valuable victory through finishes from Anthony Martial and Rashford.
The rebuild required since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement remains a steady, ongoing process, but if their rediscovery of the resilience that gave them so many points late on in games under Ferguson becomes a regular feature it will ensure they maintain their present momentum.
Leicester honoured the memory of owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha with a 1-0 win at Cardiff.
Demarai Gray claimed the 55th-minute winner to provoke an outpouring of emotion, both on the pitch and in the stand housing the visiting Leicester supporters, rarely seen in football.