Lacazette strikes late as Arsenal hold Liverpool

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Alexandre Lacazette extended Arsenal's unbeaten run to 14 games and dealt a blow to Liverpool's quest to win the Premier League for the first time in almost three decades by salvaging a 1-1 draw at the Emirates on Saturday.

Arsenal are fifth in the Premier League, four points behind Liverpool.

After last week's win over Cardiff City that took Liverpool top, before City beat Tottenham Hotspur on Monday night, Klopp stated that the number of points amassed was more important than league positions at this stage of the season.

Liverpool spent significant periods on the back foot against their vibrant hosts, although Sadio Mane had a goal controversially ruled out for offside and Virgil van Dijk hit the post before captain James Milner clinically pounced on a Bernd Leno error after the hour.

"We got dominated at times in the first half but we still got the first goal and that shows we are capable of still producing when we've been under pressure".

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FW Alexandre Lacazette, 7 - Came to the rescue with a great strike after a fairly quiet performance up to that point.

The Reds also looked shaky at the back, with the trio of Pierre Emerick Aubamenyang, Henrikh Mkhitariyan and Alexander Lacazette coming close to breaking the deadlock.

Arsenal, meanwhile, are also sporting impressive form and could stretch their unbeaten run to 12 games after initially suffering a hard start to the season with consecutive losses against City and Chelsea.

"We are very disappointed really, which is a good thing I suppose, playing away at Arsenal".

The youngster's development at Anfield has been one of Jurgen Klopp's success stories, but he looked out of place during Liverpool's 1-1 draw against Arsenal at the Emirates.

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Mkhitaryan passed up a couple of shooting opportunities as Arsenal resumed on top but Milner broke the deadlock, smashing home when Leno's fumble from Mane's cross deflected into his path off Rob Holding. Mane was then behind both ball and player when Firmino lifted it over Leno, rendering him onside for the second phase of play.

Arsenal started the game off well, although they failed to take advantage of their early dominance.

The Gunners have a poor recent record against the league's main clubs and head coach Unai Emery spoke of his desire to change that after starting his tenure with defeats against Manchester City and Chelsea.

While his pace and hints of trickery went down well, Iwobi was generally considered to be erratic and unimpressive with his final pass. "It gives us the big regularity for the season - 38 matches", he said.

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