Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s 64th screamer handed Mikel Arteta his first point as Arsenal manager after Gosling had given the Cherries an early just 35 minutes into first half of the game.
Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth) picked up a precise pass deep inside Arsenal eighteen yard box, but his strike was hurriedly saved by Leno in goal. That was the first main opportunity in the game.
Jack Stacey played a simple square pass into the feet of Dan Gosling (Bournemouth) inside Arsenal box, he then composed himself and lashed the ball into the bottom right corner, given Bournemouth the lead.
Approaching Midway into the second half, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang showed good composure inside the box to fire a first-time shot into the bottom left corner of Bournemouth goal, bringing Arsenal back on level terms.
Although it ended in a draw, Arsenal showed positivity and the will to go on under Arteta’s rule as the Gunners manager. With little or no experience, the Spaniard showed to the rest of the world, what he learned at Manchester City working as an assistant coach for the Cityzens.
Arsenal’s new era has just got started, with new boys in Arteta’s lineup, fans should expect not less than ruthless atmosphere at the Emirates Stadium.