- Bournemouth vs Arsenal Premier League clash ended in a stalemate at the Vitality Stadium
- Aubameyang rescues a draw for the Gunners in Arteta's first game in charge of the club
- The north London side faces Chelsea in their next league game this weekend
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored a second-half stunner to rescue Arsenal's new boss Mikel Arteta from suffering first defeat in charge of the north London club.
The Gabon international equalized for the Gunners from close range in the 63rd minute having started the build-up to the goal in the first place.
His goal ensured the Emirates Stadium outfit avoided defeat after regulation period having conceded a first-half goal in the 37th minute.
Dan Gosling handed the home team the lead 35 minutes into the meeting with Jack Stacey claiming the assist for the opening goal of the game.
The draw means Arsenal are winless in their last four matches across competitions as they maintain 11th position on the log so far this campaign.
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Arteta's men made a couple of more efforts but none could find the back of the net as the two sides shared the spoils at the end of the game.
The Gunners will now shift focus to their crunch clash against struggling Chelsea this weekend as Frank Lampard's men are hoping to bounce back from their defeat to Southampton on Boxing Day.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Tottenham Hotspur came from one goal down to beat Brighton and Hove Albion 2-1 in early Boxing Day kickoff.
Adam Webster opened scoring for the Seagulls in the 37th minute with a powerful header from a Pascal Gross' cross.
But two second-half goals from Harry Kane and Dele Alli turned the result around for Jose Mourimho's Spurs after regulation period.
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