In 61st of Uefa Europa League quarter-final first-leg clash between Arsenal and Slavia Prague, Alexandre Lacazette missed a glorious opportunity to put Mikel Arteta’s side ahead of Czech champions.
The Frenchman robbed an opponent on the halfway line and found himself with a clear pathway towards goal and despite the pressure of two Slavia defenders closing in, Lacazette still had plenty of time to pick his spot.
Unfortunately, the 29-year-old forward, who uncertainty about his at Emirates hit the crossbar instead and Slavia scrambled the ball away.
Meanwhile, Nicolas Pepe finally broken the deadlock in 86th minutes after Aubameyang did well to outfight Zima to collect a long clearance from Xhaka, and then the Gabon international slipped a pass through for Pepe, who kept his cool to dink the ball past the advancing Slavia No 1 Ondrej Kolar for his fourth Europa League goal of the season.
But Tomas Holes scored in injury-time to give the Czech side a first-leg advantage ahead of next week second-leg tie at Sinobo Stadium.