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Premier League: Arsenal increasingly alone. A last-gasp victory in the 97th minute in the opening match of the 15th - Football

2023-12-05T22:57:25.636Z

Highlights: Premier League: Arsenal increasingly alone. A last-gasp victory in the 97th minute in the opening match of the 15th - Football. In the 14th, another draw for City, United defeated at Newcastle. Chelsea and Liverpool do well (ANSA). a last- gasp victory for Arsenal who won 4-3 at Luton in the first game of the Premier League on Saturday. A 97th-minute goal by Rice extended their lead in the standings to +5 on Liverpool and +6 on Manchester City.


In the 14th, another draw for City, United defeated at Newcastle. Chelsea and Liverpool do well (ANSA)


A last-gasp victory for Arsenal who won 4-3 at Luton in the first match of the 15th day of the Premier League thanks to a 97th-minute goal by Rice and extended their lead in the standings to +5 on Liverpool and +6 on Manchester City. At Kenilworth Road, the Gunners had taken the lead through Martinelli but conceded Osho's equaliser before Gabriel Jesus made it 1-2 on the stroke of half-time. In the second half, the hosts had turned the result around first through Adebayo and then Barkley, but Havertz scored the goal to make it 3-3. In full stoppage time, Rice's goal earned the victory. In the other game of matchday 15, Wolves beat Burnley 1-0

Premier League matchday 14 results

THE STANDINGS

Arsenal 2-1 Wolves Brentford 3-1 Luton Burnley 5-0 Sheffield Nottingham 0-1 Everton Newcastle 1-0 Manchester United 2-2

Bournemouth 3-2 Aston Villa Chelsea 4-3
Brighton Liverpool 1-1 Fulham West Ham 3-3



Crystal Palace Manchester City <>-<> Tottenham

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