Fredrik Ljungberg began his time as interim head coach in the Arsenal with pointdeling against Norwich.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang made sure on Sunday that Arsenal got a point from the team's first match since Friday's firing of head coach Unai Emery.
The gabonese striker levelled the game twice, since the out was 2-2 against Norwich in the Premier League.
Thus began the Fredrik Ljungberg his time as interim head coach with a single point.
the Result means that Arsenal is at the number-eight spot in the best English variety with 19 points. The last six matches have ended without a victory.
Teemu Pukki brought a bit of luck the home team in front after 20 minutes. Fin sent a shot off from the edge of the field, which was directed by, as Bernd Leno in the Arsenal-the goal was caught on the wrong foot.
There was only a small ten minutes, before there again was the likeness on the measured breeding, as Aubameyang certainly knocked a penalty kick in the box.
In the first half stoppage time threw Todd Cantwell as a bucket of cold water in the heads of Ljungberg and Arsenal. The englishman sent a well-placed end off, which was outside of Bernd Lenos range.
Thus had the guests go to the break behind, but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ensured so that the Arsenal could put points on the board when the 90 minutes were up.
Gaboneseren kicked after a corner kick a nedfaldsbold into the goal for 2-2 after 57 minutes.
It was the Norwich to press in the other end, and Bernd Leno had in the last half-hour in a few laps pulling some big saves out of his sleeve to fend off a new Norwich-keeping.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 02 December 2019, 00:00