Arsenal came from three goals down to rescue a point in a stunning game against London rivals West Ham in the Premier League on Sunday.
The Hammers took the lead courtesy of Jesse Lingard. The English midfielder who has been enjoying a fine form with the Hammers, scored a screamer in the 15th minute to give them the lead
Lingard then turned provider two minutes later after a pass from his quick thinking freekick foud Jarrod Bowen, who blasted the ball through goalkeeper Bernd leno’s legs.
West Ham raced into a three-goal lead when Tomas Soucek got the slightest touch of a Michail Antonio header in the 32nd minute.
West Ham defender Craig Dawson turned in Arsenal full-back Calum Chambers’ low cross for another own goal in the 61st minute.
And Lacazette completed the comeback with a thumping header from Nicolas Pepe’s cross, before both sides had late chances to win the game.
The result leaves the Hammers two points behind fourth-placed Chelsea in fifth, while Arsenal move above Aston Villa into ninth.
A defeat would have opened up a 10-point gap between the two sides and arguably end Arsenal’s hopes of qualifying for a European competition through a top-six finish.