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Arsenal maintains a 5 points gap with a comeback against Cherries.

Arsenal cruised past Bournemouth with a sweet comeback victory to restore their five-point lead at the top of the Premier League table.

The game against Bournemouth ended with a victory for Mikel Arteta's team after conceding two goals. A goal scored by Bournemouth's Philip Billing became the second fastest goal in the Premier League history after scoring in 9.11 seconds, the second goal scored in the 57th minute by Marcos Senesi saw the relegation threatened Cherries move to the 16th position in the EPL Log.

A great comeback by the Gunners saw them maintain their lead, Thomas Partey's goal scored in the 62 minute and Ben White's goal scored in the 70th minute brought Arsenal's hope of winning to life.

Reiss Nelson a boy from the Arsenal's Hale End Academy came in for Smith Rowe and scored the last kick in the 97th minute, a beautiful tie breaker and Arsenal's winning goal to maintain the lead.

Reiss Nelson has been so far directly been involved in more Premier League goals as a substitute than any other player this season (5 – 3 goals, 2 assists), he has also netted Arsenal’s second latest Premier League winner (96:57) on record the last being in 2006-07 season.

Arsenal have now won a Premier League game in which they trailed by 2+ goals for the first time since February 2012 vs Tottenham.

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