Arsenal 3-1 Norwich Highlights
Arsenal scored three in the final seven minutes to fight back to beat Norwich and move third in the Premier League.
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Venue: Emirates Stadium
Date: Saturday, 13 August, 2013
Kick off: 15:00 GMT
57′ 0-1 M. Turner // 85′ 1-1 M. Arteta (pen.) // 88′ 2-1 S. Bassong (o.g.) // 90′ 3-1 L. Podolski
Norwich beat Arsenal for the first time in 10 attempts last October when Grant Holt’s goal gave the home side their first league victory of the season. They have never won this fixture home and away in the same season.
Arsenal are unbeaten at home in this fixture since a 4-2 defeat at Highbury on the first day of the Premier League in August 1992.
The Gunners have won six of their last seven league matches, a record matched only by Manchester United.
Arsenal are yet to lose a Premier League game in which they have taken the lead this season (W16, D2). They have only dropped four points from winning positions.
Arsene Wenger’s side have the best second-half record in the Premier League, outscoring their opponents on 17 occasions and only being outscored twice.
There have been more Premier League goals scored at Emirates Stadium than any other ground this season (59: 39 for Arsenal, 20 for the visitors).
Gervinho has scored two goals and assisted three in his last three league appearances.
Norwich are winless in their last five league matches, and have only managed one victory in their last 15 (W1, D7, L7).
The Canaries have won one of their last 18 away matches in the league. They have earned just two points from their last seven away games, scoring three goals and conceding 15 during that run.
Only Stoke and QPR have scored fewer goals this season than Norwich (30).
Grant Holt has only scored once in his last 14 league and cup appearances, and twice in his last 23 games since netting the winner against Arsenal in October’s reverse fixture.
Norwich’s remaining fixtures are: Reading (h), Stoke (a), Aston Villa (h), West Brom (h), Manchester City (a).