In the first game at the Emirates since captain Granit Xhaka’s ugly spat with his own fans, stand-in skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had given the Gunners the lead with his 50th goal for the club, but sloppy defending allowed Jimenez to steal a share of the points 14 minutes from time.
The Gunners missed a great chance to double the lead minutes later as Conor Coady and Leander Dendoncker made a mess of dealing with Callum Chambers’ cross, but Torreira could only shoot straight at Rui Patricio.
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Lacazette scuffed a left-footed effort after good work from Ceballos, before Matt Doherty tested Leno at the other end, meeting Diogo Jota’s cut back.
The visitors began the second half as they had the first, putting Arsenal under pressure, and the anxiety was tangible around the Emirates, particularly whenever the ball was at Leno’s feet.