Arsenal 3-3 Fulham Highlights
Mikel Arteta missed a last-minute penalty as Arsenal had to settle for a draw after a thrilling encounter with Fulham.
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Venue: Emirates Stadium
Date: Saturday, 10 November, 2012
Kick off: 15:00 GMT
90:00 (+4:47) – Penalty taken by Mikel Arteta saved by Mark Schwarzer. Arsenal 3-3 Fulham.
83:47 – Substitution – Damien Duff on for Ashkan Dejagah.
76:12 – Substitution – Lukas Podolski leaves the field to be replaced by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
68:37 – Goal – Olivier Giroud – Arsenal 3 – 3 Fulham
66:07 – Goal – Dimitar Berbatov – Arsenal 2 – 3 Fulham
54:25 – Substitution – Aaron Ramsey joins the action as a substitute, replacing Francis Coquelin.
40:38 – Booking Caution for Steve Sidwell.
39:16 – Goal – Alex Kacaniklic – Arsenal 2 – 2 Fulham
28:11 – Goal – Dimitar Berbatov – Arsenal 2 – 1 Fulham
23:42 – Substitution – Alex Kacaniklic is brought on as a substitute for Kieran Richardson.
22:08 – Goal – Lukas Podolski – Arsenal 2 – 0 Fulham
10:29 – Goal – Olivier Giroud – Arsenal 1 – 0 Fulham
Arsenal have never lost at home to Fulham in any competition (W22, D4).
Fulham have only mustered seven goals in their 11 Premier League visits to Arsenal and have never scored more than once in any of those matches.
They have only won three of 22 Premier League games against Arsenal. However, they won the last meeting (2-1 at Craven Cottage on 2 January), and are unbeaten in their last three matches against the Gunners.
The Gunners have made their worst start to a Premier League season under Arsene Wenger, eclipsing the previous low of 16 points from 10 games last year.
They are one of two sides yet to score a headed Premier League goal this season, along with Sunderland.
Wenger’s side have alternated between defeat and victory in the last five league games, winning twice and losing three times.
The Gunners have conceded just eight league goals, the best record in the division. However, they have only kept one clean sheet in their last 13 league and cup games, and have leaked nine goals in their previous three matches.
Martin Jol’s side have surrendered 12 points from winning positions this season, the highest tally in the top flight.
Their total of 21 league goals is bettered by only Chelsea (22) and Manchester United (26).
Last season it took the Cottagers until 2 January to score 21 league goals.
Coincidentally, they reached that mark courtesy of a 2-1 win against Arsenal.
Opta statistics show they have hit the target with 57% of shots this season, the highest proportion in the Premier League.