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Arsenal left it late on Sunday at the Emirates after two late goals from Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus saw them rum away 3-1 victors over Manchester United.
Arsenal struck twice in injury time to stun Manchester United with a 3-1 win at the Emirates.
A tepid first half exploded into life after 27 minutes when United broke quickly from their own half and Marcus Rashford finished emphatically.
The lead lasted barely two minutes, as Gabriel Martinelli soon picked out Martin Odegaard to drive in the equaliser.
Arsenal thought they had a penalty early in the second half when Kai Havertz went down in the area, until Anthony Taylor overturned his original decision after being called to the monitor to review it.
In the second half Rasmus Hojlund finally made his Manchester United debut.
Bukayo Saka had a chance from close range for Arsenal, before a late strike from Alejandro Garnacho for United was ruled out for offside.
With the game looking to be drifting towards a draw, a deflected injury-time strike by Declan Rice sent the Emirates wild before substitute Gabriel Jesus broke away a few minutes later to seal an astonishing win.