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Edu’s perfect reaction to Arsenal comeback vs Bournemouth

Edu’s perfect reaction to Arsenal comeback vs Bournemouth

On Saturday, Arsenal achieved a remarkable comeback at the Emirates Stadium by overcoming a 2-0 deficit to defeat AFC Bournemouth 3-2.

The Gunners initially fell behind after just nine seconds due to a goal by Phillip Billing, and Marcos Senesi extended Bournemouth’s lead with a second goal around the 57th minute mark.

However, Thomas Partey scored a goal for Arsenal to start their comeback, and Ben White scored the equalizer with 20 minutes remaining in the match under the leadership of Mikel Arteta.

In the match, Reiss Nelson was brought on as a substitute and scored the winning goal in the seventh minute of added time, which caused immense excitement and jubilation among Arsenal fans, players, and staff.

The victory also helped Arsenal maintain a five-point lead over Manchester City, who were in second place in the Premier League table.

Arsenal’s sporting director, Edu, expressed his happiness with the team’s fantastic triumph by posting a message on social media following the game.

Edu, Arsenal’s sporting director, took to Instagram to express his joy at the team’s victory by posting Arsenal’s story with fire and red heart emojis.

He also commented on the club’s post with similar emojis, which received over 1,000 likes and positive comments thanking him for his work. After the match, Mikel Arteta spoke highly of Reiss Nelson, who is set to become a free agent at the end of the season.

“I always saw the potential,” Arteta said of Nelson.

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. “Football-wise, it was my decision in the last two games not to play him because we had other options.

“But he was knocking on the door, he’s been training really good and it’s a good lesson for me and for the coaches that we need him and that he can be really important for the team. “Everybody is overwhelmed. It was madness from the first seconds with that routine and we defended so poorly.

“Then we had to climb a mountain against 10 men behind the ball. We tried in every single way, we didn’t score and suddenly we are 2-0 down from a set play.”

Edu’s perfect reaction to Arsenal comeback vs Bournemouth

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