Arsenal's 97th minute winner against Bournemouth with only crowd noise shows how electric the Emirates was
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A video of Arsenal's last-minute winner against Bournemouth with only crowd noise makes for incredible viewing and shows how loud the Emirates was on Saturday.
The Gunners came from two goals down to beat Bournemouth 3-2 to secure three huge points, with Reiss Nelson scoring in the 97th minute.
He smashed home a stunning left-footed strike into the back of the net, sending the Emirates into a state of frenzy as fans celebrated an enormous win.
A clip of Nelson's winner without commentary and with only crowd noise shows how loud the stadium was during the euphoric moment.
The collective cries of 'shoot' when the ball fell to Nelson's feet then him scoring makes for sensational viewing.
Arsenal's win over Bournemouth had come after Manchester City closed the gap following their lunchtime win at home to Newcastle United.
Mikel Arteta's side remain at the top of the table and five points clear of Man City following the 3-2 victory.
Speaking after the result, the Arsenal boss called the closing stages of the match a 'beautiful' experience.
"It was an extraordinary day and a beautiful experience at the end," he said. "Dramatic, but worth living it because there was the greatest end to it.
"Winning four games in the Premier League is very difficult and we have done three in a week, which is even harder. We had done it in various ways and that should generate more belief."
On Nelson, Arteta added: "I always saw the potential, the talent and the desire for him to do it but he’s at a different level right now.
"I think emotionally, the experiences that he had helped him. He was knocking on the door, he’s been training really well and it’s a good lesson for me and for the coaches that we need him."
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