- Norwich City vs Arsenal ended 2-2 as both teams shared the spoils ina league fixture at Carrow Road
- Aubameyang put the Gunners on level terms twice after Pukki and Cantwell scored a goal each
- Arsenal remain in eight position on the Premier League table as Norwich stay in relegation zone
Norwich vs Arsenal ended in 2-2 draw as the Gunners record their worst form in the Premier League since 1975.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang brought Arsenal level twice after Teamu Pukki and Todd Cantwell put the Canneries ahead on two occasions.
Pukki scored the first goal in the 21st minute via a counter attack as he found time and space to shoot, which took a weak deflection off Shkodran Mustafi to make it 1-0.
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Two minutes later Arsenal were awarded a penalty after Christoph Zimmerman handled the ball from a Mesut Ozil's set piece.
Tim Krul made a brilliant save from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang the penalty but the referee ordered the spot-kick to be retaken after several Norwich players encroached the pitch before it was taken.
And on the second attempt, the Gabonese striker sent the Dutch goalkeeper the wrong to put his side back on level term, 1-1 it was.
On first half stoppage time, Cantwell benefitted from a swift counter-attacking move as he opens his body to put the ball past Bernd Leno to make it 2-1.
Aubameyang leveled matters against with his second of the match after latching on to a not properly cleared corner-kick to make it 2-1.
Kenny Mclean should have made it 3-2 in one-on-one situation but Leno produced the best save of the match.
Norwich looked liked the better team to score as Cantwell and Pukki went close later on the game as both sides shared the spoils.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Arsenal chiefs have reportedly shortlisted Pep Guardiola assistant at Man City Mikel Arteta as their top target to replace sacked Unai Emery.
The Gunners are in the market in search for Emery's successor after pulling the plug on the Spaniard's torrid spell at the Emirates.
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