Arsenal continue trend of late drama in win over Leicester City

The Gunners have made a habit of scoring late goals this term, netting 29 times after the hour mark to league the Premier League

Arsenal's habit of leaving it late struck again Wednesday night with some help from Leicester City's Robert Huth

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Huth's own goal in the 86th minute gave the Gunners a 1-0 victory, marking their Premier League-leading 29th goal scored after the hour mark this season. 

Wednesday's late goal was a crucial one, earning Arsenal three much-needed points in their race to finish in the top four this season. 

While the late drama makes for some entertaining viewing, it's a safe bet that fans of the north London club would rather see their side put matches away with a little more time to spare. 

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