Gabriel Martinelli was the who scored for Arsenal in second half of the game 93 seconds after he step into the football field off from bench.
Arsenal eventually beat Newcastle United to leave Eddie Howe’s side bottom of the Premier League without winning.
However, in the Magpies dugout for the first time after missing last weekend’s 3-3 draw with Brentford due to Covid, set up a team to try to contain Arsenal and take out a point.
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It appeared as if the strategy might be working until Bukayo Saka slotted home from Nuno Tavares’ through ball in the second half.
Saka, who went injured and was replaced by “Gabriel Martinelli”. Martinelli scored goal with his second touch, with a wonderful volley from “Takehiro Tomiyasu’s” clipped pass over the top.
“He wasn’t comfortable. He felt depressed,” said Gunners boss Mikel Arteta of Saka as they await news of what is wrong with the England international player.
Both sides had hit the woodwork in an otherwise uninspiring first half.
Jonjo Shelvey’s long-range drive was tipped on to the bar by the diving Aaron Ramsdale – and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang hit a sitter off the post from six yards out.
Till now Arsenal remain the fifth in Premier League, while Newcastle are five points adrift of safety with just over a third of the season gone.