In a nail-biting match that kept fans on the edge of their seats, Arsenal secured a dramatic 3-1 victory against Manchester United on Sunday, thanks to late goals by Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus.
The tension reached its peak when Alejandro Garnacho broke free and found the net in the closing minutes, offering Manchester United a chance to clinch victory. However, the euphoria was short-lived as VAR intervened with a tight offside call that dashed United’s hopes.
It was Arsenal’s high-profile signing, valued at £105 million, who ultimately emerged as the game-changer. Displaying exceptional skill, he controlled a corner at the back post and unleashed a precise volley that deflected off Jonny Evans, aged 35, and eluded the grasp of Andre Onana.
Moments later, Gabriel Jesus left Diogo Dalot and the Manchester United squad on the ground as he executed a brilliant solo run. This electrifying match echoed the thrilling moments of the previous season when Eddie Nketiah delivered an injury-time knockout blow to Manchester United. This time, it was a dynamic duo of Rice and Jesus that sealed the deal for Arsenal, leaving fans and pundits alike in awe of the breathtaking performance.