Two stoppage time goals sent Arsenal back to the Premier League summit with a dramatic 4-2 victory away to Aston Villa on Saturday afternoon.
Villa twice took the lead only to be pegged back each time before a thrilling, ding-dong contest entered its frenzied closing stages. Jorginho's fiercely struck long-range effort cannoned off the crossbar, onto the back of former Arsenal goalkeeper Emi Martinez and into Villa's net in the 92nd minute.
Martinez was forward for a last-minute corner when Fabio Vieira set Gabriel Martinelli speeding into Villa's half as the substitute rolled Arsenal's fourth goal into an unguarded net.
63 hours after losing top spot to Manchester City, Arsenal fell behind against Villa inside the opening five minutes of the lunchtime kick-off. Matty Cash robbed Oleksandr Zinchenko to spark a swift counter-attack which Ollie Watkins, isolated against William Saliba, ruthlessly capped off by picking out the bottom corner