Arsenal were lucky to get a 3-3 draw at Boleyn Ground, after Andy Carroll’s hat-trick almost gave West Ham a home win.
Wenger’s men took the lead in the 18th minutes when Ozil opened scoring for Gunners, before Sanchez netted a second goal in 35 minutes of play, giving Arsenal the hope that it was going to be rosy all the way.
However, Andy Carroll’s 44’minutes goal put the scoreline to 1-2 before he scored a second goal at injury time, forcing the game to a 2-2 draw at half time.
Carroll did the hat trick in the second half at 52′ minutes, putting his side ahead of their visitors and becoming the first premier league player to score a hat trick against Arsenal after Wayne Rooney since 2011.
The hat trick did not only put the host ahead, but it also impeded Arsenal’s comfort on the league table, before Koscienly rescued Arsenal in the 70′ minutes by getting an impressive third goal that put the game at 3-3 with both teams sharing one point each.
West Ham extended their unbeaten home run in the Premier League to 14 games, but Slaven Bilic’s side remain sixth, two points behind fourth-placed Manchester City.