Arsenal beat Manchester United 3-1 in an entertaining English Premier League match at Emirates Stadium.
Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus scored stoppage-time goals to take Arsenal to a famous 3-1 win over Manchester United on Sunday.
Manchester United opened scoring in the 27th minute and Arsenal captain, Martin Odegaard, quickly responded scoring just 35 seconds after United opened the scoring.
Arsenal were awarded a penalty on the hour mark, but it was overturned by VAR after Kai Havertz was found to have been looking for contact with Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
In the 90th minute Rice, Arsenal’s £105 million signing, made it 2-1 by controlling a corner and blasting a shot past Jonny Evans and Andre Onana.
Gabriel Jesus sealed the victory for Arsenal, breaking away and leaving Diogo Dalot and United players on the floor.
Arsenal moved up to fifth in the Premier League standings, just two points behind title rivals Manchester City. Manchester United, on the other hand, found themselves in 11th place, six points behind their rivals.
The result was disappointing for Manchester United and their manager, Erik ten Hag, who had a tough start to the season with only six points from their opening batch of games.
The match was characterized by dramatic moments and a thrilling finish, with Arsenal emerging as the victors.
In the final minutes of the match, United thought they had scored a winning goal, but it was disallowed due to a VAR offside call.