Arsenal came from behind to grab a 1-1 late draw in the hands of an ambitious Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium to extend their unbeaten run to 13 in such a manner that heaved a sigh of relief to the fans.
Alexandre Lacazette’s 82′ minutes goal was all that was needed to prove that Unai Emery’s works at Gunners is gradually heading to positive result with Arsenal losing just two matches since the begin of this season to Manchester City and Chelsea.
The confidence which was restored on the players had improved against the big teams, with Arsenal defence being able to hold a Liverpool forward that comprised of Salah, Mane and Firmino even though Milner broke the dead-lock in 61 minutes to give the visitor’s their only goal in the match.
Emery’s men were not just playing against Liverpool, but they also possessed the ball more than a Liverpool side that was star-studded, enjoying 62% of the ball possession while their visitors managed 38%.
Of course it was a match that really proved that despite playing just eleven premier league matches, Arsenal are now on real course to finish in the top four this season but must take full advantage of the January transfer window and get forwards to complement their current squad.