Declan Rice earned Arsenal three points at Kenilworth Road in the most dramatic fashion imaginable on Tuesday evening. Deep into second-half stoppage time, Oleksandr Zinchenko created some space on the edge of a congested penalty area with an ingenius cutback and offloaded to Martin Odegaard, who then played an inch-perfect cross for Rice to head home.
The goal salvaged a 4-3 victory on what was, in many ways, a pretty positive night for the Gunners. Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus both scored after criticism about their lack of goal output, Kai Havertz put in perhaps his best display yet since his £65 million ($82m) move from Chelsea and Ben White softened the blow of Takehiro Tomiyasu's recent injury by providing a fabulous assist.
However, all of these storylines paled into insignificance at full time. Once again, the focus was squarely on Arsenal's confused goalkeeping situation, with David Raya committing two heinous errors which gifted the newly-promoted Hatters a 3-2 lead in the second half.
As he has done all season, Arteta did his best to mask the problem with a blunt response to the media. When quizzed on the Spaniard's shaky form after the game, he replied: "I was so happy for the team. I have spoken to all of them, they are so happy they are jumping around."