Declan Rice scored his first Arsenal goal deep into injury time and Gabriel Jesus added another past the 100th moment imprint to give Arsenal a 3-1 win over Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday.
The game looked set out toward a 1-1 draw when the ball tumbled to Rice — the England national team starter and Arsenal’s record marking in the new exchange window — after a corner and the midfielder brought down it on his chest prior to hitting a right-footed shot that beat André Onana inside the close to post in the 6th moment of stoppage time.
That goal came after United substitute Alejandro Garnacho thought he had scored a late champ after a speedy counterattack in the 89th, however the goal was denied after a VAR check for offside.
With United pushing forward for a last-heave balancer, Arsenal then countered in the eleventh moment of stoppage time and Jesus tranquilly opened the ball past Onana — a loud summer marking himself from Entomb Milan — to seal the success.
Rice cost Arsenal more than 100 million pounds ($125 million) to get his exchange from West Ham in the late spring. His goal went quite far toward showing he was worth the effort as the Gunners specialists procured a critical three points against a best four opponent.
The groups had exchanged speedy goals the first half. Marcus Rashford gave United the lead contrary to the rules after a speedy counter in the 27th and Martin Odegaard evened out soon after the restart.