Summary: Arsenal - Bournemouth 2:3 (Sport1)
If Arsenal finish the 2022/23 season as champions, it is quite possible that they will look at the game against Bournemouth as the one that brought them the sweet title.
The Gunners found themselves this evening (Saturday) trailing 2:0 at home against Bournemouth, came back with a great comeback and sealed the same beautiful goal by Rhys Nelson, seven minutes into added time, to maintain a gap of five points from the second Manchester City.
This is how Ian Wright reacted to the dramatic winning goal
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"It was probably my loudest and most emotional moment at the club," concluded an excited Mikel Arteta.
"This journey of all of us, and how the fans and the team are united - it was very special. Everyone was a little shocked, it was crazy. We had to get out of the hole, in front of 10 players behind the ball, we tried in every possible way, we didn't score and found ourselves behind 2:0. No We lost ourselves, started doing the simple things and scored. After that, the atmosphere changed and so did the energy. Once we equalized, we said - okay, let's go for it."
The leading manager added: "The substitutes have made a huge difference, I'm so happy for Rees after last few months. The team showed a completely different level of commitment to winning. The players didn't hide, they wanted the game and it was great to see. After Rees' goal, no I saw where I was. I started running and I didn't know where. To see the happiness on everyone's faces, it was just wonderful. It's an extraordinary day, a spectacular experience at the end. It was very dramatic, but everything was worth it for that end."
Nelson himself added: "It feels amazing. When the ball hit me, my eyes lit up. I had a tough few months, coming back from the injury. Everyone knows how hard I worked, so when the ball went in, everyone went crazy. It was a great moment for me. I'm here every My life and Arsenal are very important to me."
Former player Paul Merson, who is now a commentator for Sky, stated: "I think they are going to win the championship. They just don't stop and I don't know when they will lose. They bounced back from the loss to City and were fantastic in the next three games. That's what I love about this Arsenal. , she just doesn't give up."