Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta accepted chief nelson proved its worth Premier League Reason for title as winger Hails his latest win over Bournemouth as a “great moment”.

The Gunners had a five-point lead at the top of the table as they were two goals behind against Cherries before struggling to secure a thrilling 3-2 win.

For the first time in over a decade, the Gunners are battling two goals behind to win a league game. Thomas Partey And i am white leveled them up before Nelson’s last exploits.

Bournemouth had led the second-fastest goal scorer in Premier League history, Philip Billing, to return home with just 9.11 seconds.

Marcos Year doubled the advantage after the break, but Arsenal showed a never-death attitude to get all three points.

“It’s been a tough few months for me, I just came back from injury and when that goal came in it was a great moment for me,” Nelson told Sky Sports News.

“I’ve been here my whole life, it means a lot to me. It was a great strike. I’m very happy with the Golden and I hope it will be the first of many goals.”

Nelson, 23, is out of contract this summer and has been removed from the bench for the first time since November 12, and has been pulled over due to a thigh injury.

When Arteta now announced that he had a forward selection headache, he set up White’s equalizer before throwing a beautiful winner with the final meaningful shot of the competition.

“I’ve always seen potential,” he said of Nelson.

“He has the talent and the will to do it, but he’s on a different level right now. Emotionally, I think about the experiences that have helped him.

“From a football perspective, I made the decision not to play with him since we had other options in the last two games.

“But he was knocking, he was training really well, and knowing that we need him and that he can be really important to the team has been a good lesson for me and for the coaches.”

“Everyone is overwhelmed. It was crazy from the first seconds with this routine and we defended very badly.

“Then we had to climb a mountain against 10 men behind the ball. We tried every way, we couldn’t score and suddenly we fell behind 2-0 from the set game.”

After Bournemouth saw the kick-off as a set-piece routine, the hosts silenced the fans as Arsenal opened the score without touching the ball.

“The starting routine is you don’t expect to score goals from it but you hope to catch them and we did it,” said boss Gary O’Neil.

“Most teams that come here are shipped pretty easily. We didn’t, we came here and put up a good fight.

“I shook hands with Mikel, it was a game he needed to win and I needed something from him. We went to war and he won. If they score, they can celebrate however they want.”