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LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal turned 10 men behind to beat Aston Villa 3-2 thanks to a goal from Pierre Emerick Aubameyang in the Premier League on Wednesday.
Aston Villa took the lead through John McGinn in the 20th minute, and Arsenal's job made it harder to kick Ainsley Maitland Niels for a second yellow card in the 40th minute.
But the home side leveled after an hour of play when Nicolas Pepe successfully converted a penalty before Aston Villa regained the lead through Wesley, but Calum Chambers equalized nine minutes from time.
Three minutes later, Aubameyang completed a surprise comeback for Arsenal, who became the ninth team to win a Premier League game with 10 men after falling behind.
Aston Villa are 18th with four points after a fourth defeat in six games.