Arsenal registered a thrilling 4-3 win against Leicester City on the opening day of the brand new 2017/18 Premier League season.
The Gunners were trailing by 3-2, with seven minutes to go, when the revival started. Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud swung the game in Arsenal's favour with two late goals.
New signing Alexandre Lacazette took only 94 seconds to open his scoring account for the Gunners. The lead was short-lived as Shinji Okazaki nodded in an equaliser just two minutes later.
Jamie Vardy put the visitors ahead shortly after picking up a peach of a cross from Marc Albrighton and sliding it in from close range.
Towards the dying minutes of a pulsating first half, Danny Welbeck scored to restore the parity.
The Foxes took the lead again when Vardy headed in Riyad Mahrez's corner, but the double substitution sparked Arsenal's comeback in a dramatic manner.
BBC Match of the Day pundit Gary Lineker was immensely impressed with Arsenal's win, and the game overall, saying it was a "belting start" to the season.