Arsenal beat Aston Villa by 4-2 thriller.

Arsenal beat Aston Villa by 4-2 thriller.

Two stoppage-time objectives assisted Weapons store with procuring a completely exhilarating 4-2 triumph over Aston Villa on Saturday as Mikel Arteta's side refocused on the race for the Chief Association title.

Manor striker Ollie Watkins opened the scoring with a strong, low completion inside five minutes.

Weapons store hit back not long after through a projectile strike from winger Bukayo Saka, however, Manor retook the lead later in the first half with a magnificent group move polished off midfielder Philippe Coutinho.

Mikel Arteta's side pushed for a balancer and found one close to the hour mark when Oleksandr Zinchenko terminated a low strike into the base right corner from the edge of the area.

Stockpile manager Arteta said Saka needs safeguarding after the winger was fouled various times on Saturday.

"I'm disappointed, it's bad," he said, scolding goalkeeper Martinez for laughing in the face of any potential risk and proceeding toward the end.

What a triller match congratulations to the winning team Arsenal