A game of Premiership football is decided over 90 minutes and if needed, stoppage time.
That means you have 90 minutes, plus any stoppage time, to score a goal or win the match, right?
So why is it I hear that Arsenal were "lucky" or "fortuitous" because we won by late goals at Hull City yesterday?
Should late goals not count or something?
Strong teams will always score late goals because they never give up. Manchester United do it regularly and that's a reason why they are champions.
According to Wenger Arsenal have scored important goals in the last ten minutes 16 times in 33 games. I don't think that's lucky. That's a fact I'm proud of and long may it continue.
Especially against little runts like Phil Brown.
Keep it Goonerish........