Arsenal, the league leaders, were under pressure to perform after Manchester City’s victory, but Bournemouth, who played impressively, made it challenging for them.

Bournemouth quickly took the lead after just 9.11 seconds when Philip Billing scored, which was the Premier League’s second-fastest goal, and silenced the home crowd.

The situation worsened for Arsenal when Leandro Trossard sustained an injury and had to leave the pitch.

As the match progressed, it became apparent that Bournemouth was up for the challenge, and Arsenal’s offensive players struggled to connect.

In the second half, Marcos Senesi’s header gave Bournemouth a 2-0 lead.

However, Arsenal quickly responded and managed to level the score with two quick goals.

Thomas Partey’s header made the score 2-1, and Ben White’s impressive volley was too much for Neto.

With only seconds remaining, Reiss Nelson scored a dramatic winner to make it 3-2 and ensure that Arsenal did not crumble under pressure.