Arsenal remain top of the Premier League despite conceding an injury-time equaliser in a thrilling encounter in the snow at Liverpool.
In a dazzling opening to the match, we saw four goals in the space of 25 manic minutes, one shot cleared off the line and a sitter spurned.
The Gunners twice fell behind to goals from the Brazilian Roberto Firmino, but twice showed their mettle as Aaron Ramsey and then Olivier Giroud levelled matters.
The France international then missed a golden opportunity during a frantic opening spell, but more than made up for it after the restart.
Giroud has been in fine form on the road this season, and he claimed his 11th goal in his last 11 away games as he picked the ball up in the area, span away his marker and whipped an unstoppable drive into the far corner.
It was a stunning strike and despite coming relatively early in the second period, it set up an agonising, end-to-end finale as the Gunners sought to see out an unforgettable encounter.
Arsène Wenger’s side were twice indebted to Per Mertesacker, once for clearing off the line as Jordon Ibe found space in the area and again for making a last-ditch block to deny Adam Lallana in the area.
It was a fraught, frenzied finish but as the game entered injury time, Joe Allen fired in a dramatic equaliser for the hosts and the Gunners had to settle for a point.
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