Scorers: Charlie Daniels 16′, Callum Wilson 20′, Ryan Fraser 58′ – Alexis Sanchez 70′, Lucas Perez 75′, Oliver Giroud 90’+2.

Arsenal started the match very poorly, especially the players involved in defense.

Oliver Giroud deserves to be considered Arsenal’s hero.

Besides the rise in the second half of the second half, coach Wenger’s personnel adjustments also helped Arsenal create one of the unforgettable matches this season.

Arsenal experienced a crazy match at Bournemouth’s field.

At Dean Court, Bournemouth entered the match full of fire.

Arsenal had just tried to push their team higher to find an equalizer when they were immediately hit with a counterattack.

Arsenal escaped defeat after being three goals behind

Bellerin played disappointingly and was at fault for Arsenal’s two goals.

Because Ozil was absent and Coquelin had to leave the field early due to injury, Arsenal’s midfield was completely weak compared to Bournemouth.

In the second half, Arsenal played well.

After scoring the third goal, Bournemouth played somewhat subjectively.

Arsenal escaped defeat after being three goals behind

Giroud became Arsenal’s hero with a header in stoppage time.

The drama of the match was heightened when Bournemouth captain Simon Francis was sent off in the 82nd minute after a harsh tackle on Ramsey.

Bournemouth’s defense stood firm until the end of official time, but when the referee announced that the match had six minutes of extra time, the home fans’ faces showed concern.

Although Arsenal escaped defeat, they missed the opportunity to surpass Man City and are still in their familiar fourth place.