Former Arsenal academy player, Jamie O’hara reckons Arsenal will “still crumble” and throw away their five-point lead at the top of the Premier League.

Mikel Arteta’s men looked like they would drop points at home to Bournemouth on Saturday before Reiss Nelson scored a dramatic 97th-minute goal to complete the comeback.

The Gunners were rewarded for their resilient and fight back spirit with a well-earned victory, thanks to goals from Nelson, Thomas Partey and Ben White.

Asked where the game ranked during his time in charge as the gaffer, Arteta said: “Now, the best! Because the emotion is there and there’s nothing like sharing those moments with your crowd, your staff and your players.

“Those feelings of happiness and joy at a result we fully deserved, but it took until the last second to earn it. I always had a feeling we would come back in the game, because they were taking the initiative. The belief was there.”

Former Tottenham midfielder, O’Hara also praised Arsenal for their mentality against Bournemouth but admitted he ‘hopes’ they “crumble”.

“They weren’t happy with a draw,” he told Sky Sports. “Maybe they go 2-0 down and they’re thinking, ‘If we knick a draw, it’s a good point’. No, this Arsenal team believe they can still win the game and you can see it when they’re playing at home with the fans getting behind them and the players.

“Fair play to Arteta because he brought [Emile] Smith Rowe on, he looked a little bit out of sorts…Took him off and put Reiss Nelson on, he was absolutely brilliant.

“To score that goal in the 97th minute was ridiculous.” O’hara concluded.