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FC Porto forward Wenderson Galeno scores 93rd minute winner against Arsenal and it's a beauty

FC Porto forward Wenderson Galeno scores 93rd minute winner against Arsenal and it's a beauty

The Brazilian winger netted a 25-yard screamer to give FC Porto a 1-0 win against Arsenal in the Champions League.

Brazilian forward Wenderson Galeno scored a last-minute screamer for FC Porto in their Champions League round of 16 clash against Arsenal.

The 26-year-old, who has scored more goals in the Champions League than any other player this season, missed two sitters in the first-half of Wednesday's game at the Estadio do Dragao.

But after a fairly uneventful evening in Portugal, Galeno found the ball on the left hand side after a wayward pass from Gabriel Martinelli – and fired past David Raya with a superb 25-yard strike.

According to Opta, Galeno's late effort was the first ever 90th-minute winning goal conceded by Arsenal in a Champions League game – and what a way to do it.

Check out that wonderful strike below:

Questions have been raised over Raya's positioning for the late winner, with some suggesting he should have done better.

"The ball gets to Galeno, Arsenal don't get out to him quick enough, probably for the first time in the entire evening," said former Celtic manager Neil Lennon, who was speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live.

"But I also have to question the keeper, the ball almost goes over him rather than past him, he was too far out of his goal when Galeno hit the shot."

Lennon added: "You have to admire the doggedness from Porto. They set up to nullify Arsenal and they did that, and it was a smash and grab at the other end."

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta was critical of his players in his post-match interview.

"Obviously that we have to manage much better when you cannot win," he told TNT Sports.

"The way we handled the ball on three occasions in deep areas, it's not good enough.

"And then it is half-time, we want to be in the quarter-finals, you have to beat your opponent. And that is what we have to do at the Emirates now."

After being prodded on his team's performance, he added: "We lacked threat, we lacked much more threat, more aggression, especially when we had the ball in the final third.

"Especially in the back as well, more purpose to hurt them. "So we will tweak a few things to attack better especially. We can do better."

Featured Image Credit: X/@footballontnt

Topics: Arsenal, FC Porto, Champions League