Premier League: Rice scores late as Arsenal beat Luton 4-3

Declan Rice scored a goal very late in the game to help Arsenal win 4-3 against Luton in the Premier League. Earlier, Luton had caused some trouble for the Gunners. Teammate David Raya erred, allowing Luton to score two goals, making it look like Arsenal might only get a draw.

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But just when the game was about to end, Rice headed into goal from a cross by Martin Odegaard. This goal saved the day for Arsenal, giving them the win and putting them five points ahead of Liverpool in the Premier League. However, Luton’s Elijah Adebayo scored a strong header from a corner, leveling the score at 2-2 in the 49th minute, beating Arsenal’s goalkeeper, Raya.

Later, Raya couldn’t stop a shot by Ross Barkley. He let the ball slip under him as he dived, giving Luton an unexpected lead of 3-2. Luton, a team newly promoted to the Premier League and expected to struggle against relegation this season, took the lead.

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But Arsenal fought back, with Kai Havertz scoring in the 60th minute, making it 3-3. Eventually, Declan Rice completed the comeback for Arsenal, scoring under intense pressure.

Meanwhile, South Korean striker Hwang Hee-chan continued his dream run in the Premier League, scoring for Wolverhampton in their 1-0 win against Burnley.

Hwang reached a total of eight goals this season, making it his best scoring performance in his career. Only Son Heung-min (9), Mohamed Salah (10), and Erling Haaland (14) have scored more goals in the league. Hwang’s eight goals this season equal the number of goals he scored in his first two seasons combined.

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Wolverhampton are now in 12th position in the league standings.

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