Arsenal got their first goal of the game against Bournemouth from Thomas Partey before super sub Ben White who came in for Tomiyasu during half time leveled up the score sheet for the host. The North London Club who were furious after they were denied several hand ball in the box, found the back of the net for the winning goal through the super sub of the day Ruis Nelson.
Nelson who registered an assist for their second goal just few minutes after coming off the bench before grabbing all three points for the London outfit to remain 5 points off their second competitor Manchester City, was embrace by all Arsenal beings for the good impact he brought during the game.
The 25 year old Hale End graduate whose contract was ending in Jun is now thought to have secured his Arsenal career after yesterday's sinario and could see his contract extension being worked on before then.
Despite being a Gunner all his professional career, Nelson has never been lucky to secure his permanent first team start at Emirates with his life being through several set backs of injuries and loan spells.
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