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Arsenal stun Burnley with injury-time Alexis Sánchez penalty winner

 Joy for Arsenal after Alexis Sánchez’s late penalty.

Alexis Sanchez left Burnley manager Sean Dyche "raging" after an injury-time penalty to give Arsenal victory in Turf Moor.

Burnley finally faced Heartbreak, when James Tarkowski came along with Aaron Ramsey and Lee Mason in the Tarkowski area, the referee gave the penalty. Alexis Sánchez for the right of Pope, went home, second after Mason blew up for the time and boos hired Lancashire air.

A disappointed Sean Dyche rotated but he was still able to support the house. And Clarets' first-half performance was so impressive that if they were motoring after the defeat in northern London, the arsenal could not get the complaint.

Gunners, however, showed a strong character to come back to the competition after the break. Arriving in Turf Moor 52 minutes before kick-off, Arsène Wenger sent a different eleven to defeat Colon on Thursday. The main boycott was Mesut Özil, though it was due to the disease. Dyche did not make any changes to Swansea's 2-0 win over the city and he would be happy to start his 45-minute sprint.

First of all, Johann Berg Gudmundsson forced Ramsey to accept the free-kick. When Robbie Brady's delivery was transferred to the left post area of the box, after some time Iceland again intervened. At this time Gudmundsson trickery bought some yards and went towards the secret Ashley Barnes. Arsenal once again cleared, but it seemed that Dyche had instructed his people to meet the visitors through a long ball.

In a flash, however, Burnley came close to returning. Thus far the silent Alexander Lacazette broke, ball flipped in Ramsey, and it should have beaten the Pope.

After the introduction of Jack Wilshere for Alex Iwobi at 66 minutes, Brady returned a shot from Laurent Koscielny, and the meaning was that the game could be in any way.

Almost, it was Arsenal who won and now they are entering the top four. But Dyche and his players can be proud of how they perform.

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