Arsenal were tied 1-1 with visiting Manchester United for about 85 minutes in Sunday’s English Premier League match before Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus scored in stoppage time to give the Gunners a convincing 3-1 victory.
A remarkable third goal finish saw Jesus dribbled past United’s defender, who stumbled and laid on the green turf, before spinning the ball beyond goalkeeper Onana.
The game looked to be heading for a draw but the hosts were rewarded for their endeavour as their summer signing and the returning Gabriel Jesus both scored in stoppage time to win a controversial encounter that saw VAR thwart both teams.
VAR had overruled Arsenal’s penalty kick while VAR also disallowed what could have been United’s second goal from Ganacho.
Rashford shot United in front with a swift counter that saw his side go from defending to 1-0 up within seconds having been played through by Christian Eriksen.
The joy of the away side though didn’t last long, 35 seconds in fact following the restart, as Gabriel Martinelli found Martin Odegaard on the edge of the box and he fired home to ignite the Emirates.