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HomeSoccerRice and Jesus gave Arsenal three points at the 90th minute.

Rice and Jesus gave Arsenal three points at the 90th minute.

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.

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