Kieran Tierney has deservedly an huge praised for his crucial block in Arsenal come back from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 with West Ham United in London derby thriller.
On-loan United winger Jesse Lingard put the homeside an early lead with a brilliant half volley from the edge of the area.
Jarrod Bowen doubled that lead less than two minutes later, capitalising on a cheeky quick free-kick before Tomas Soucek added a third in the 32nd minute as West Ham threatened to run riot at the London Stadium.
But before half-time, Mikel Arteta’s side starting restored themselves as Alexandre Lacazette’s powerful effort beyond ex-Gunners goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski for 3-1.
The Gunners started the second-half just as well, with Alexandre Lacazette forcing Issa Diop to clear off his line. Chambers dinks a brilliant ball over the top with the outside of his foot and Lacazette reaches it, flicking the ball over the onrushing Lukasz Fabianski.
It’s on its way in but Issa Diop gets back just in time to make the clearance, but on the hour they pulled back another goal. As with the first, Calum Chambers assisted with a cross from the right, and for the second time in successive games, Dawson scored an own goal. It went in via his shin.
Immediately after the Gunners second goal, West Ham had another to extend their lead, but a big thank to left-back Kieran Tierney, who doubled blocks in bid to give Mikel Arteta’s men hoping of secure a points.
It’s a pair of crucial blocks from Gunners defender in the box. Firstly from Dawson and then a second from Antonio while he is lying on the floor.
After heavy pressure, equaliser eventually came with less than ten minutes to go when Alexandre Lacazette headed in a cross from Nicolas Pepe. This is one of the games of the season, and a showcase of everything that has been good and bad about both West Ham United and Arsenal.