Arsenal had everything in their hands. Three minutes until the end , 2-1 lead, but Liverpool’s pressure payed off when Skrtel in the 96th minute heads the ball past Szczesny for a 2-2 draw. Check out the best tweets.
FT stats: Liverpool 2 – 2 Arsenal Possession 64% – 36% Shots 27 – 5 On Target 10 -2 Fouls 6 – 14 #LFC #AFC pic.twitter.com/ZGPnMPKD5w
— BBC Radio 5 live (@bbc5live) December 21, 2014
Guess what saved liverpool !? pic.twitter.com/3Ra8oUV3Hg
— 9GAG Troll Football (@9trollfootball) December 21, 2014
LIV 2-2 ARS: Škrtel scored in 97th minute. Only Dirk Kuyt scored a later PL goal for Liverpool, 102nd minute, 17 Apr 2011, 1-1 v Arsenal.
— Infostrada Sports (@InfostradaLive) December 21, 2014
Bae: Come over Borini: No I'm playing at Anfield Bae: My parents aren't home…. https://t.co/0LQWRZR5oY
— Footy Jokes (@Footy_Jokes) December 21, 2014
That was deserved
— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) December 21, 2014
LIV 2-2 ARS (FT) – Skertel ties it in the 90'+7' Liverpool had not rescued a point with a goal that late since 21.04.13 (Suárez vs. Chelsea)
— MisterChip (English) (@MisterChiping) December 21, 2014
Anfield & Emirates associates. Defensive employees needed. Send your CV to Mr Rodgers/Wenger respectively.
— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) December 21, 2014
Liverpool deserved the draw!
— Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) December 21, 2014
Liverpool called gallant and heroic for getting a home draw in a game they should have won easily.
— Daily Cannon (@DailyCannon) December 21, 2014
PLEASE LOOK AT MERTESACKER. pic.twitter.com/NL4hLGP7Rp
— Benji (@Mr_IBenjamin) December 21, 2014
I spare @19SCazorla any criticism – only one to really show any proper commitment. #afc
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) December 21, 2014
Great header that. Liverpool have deserved at least that if not more today…
— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) December 21, 2014
I'd be quite happy if Liverpool and Arsenal formed a breakaway league and just played each other every week.
— Jonathan Liew (@jonathanliew) December 21, 2014
Liverpool deserved draw, and Rodgers masterplan came off: Borini as the falsest of nines.
— John Brewin (@JohnBrewinESPN) December 21, 2014
Wenger poised to praise the spirit of letting an undeserved lead slip in the final moments against ten men.
— James Dall (@JamesDallESPN) December 21, 2014
Inevitable. Predictable. Liverpool score their first set piece of the season. #Arsenal #97thMin
— Arsène's Son (@hughwizzy) December 21, 2014