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Elneny features as Arsenal drop points at West Ham
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M0hamed Elneny’s Arsenal saw their title hopes take yet another blow, as they succumbed to a draw away to West Ham after leading by two goals early on.
Mohamed Elneny played 68 minutes in a pulsating 3-3 draw at Upton Park as the Gunners dropped more points in their bid to secure the 2015/16 English Premier League title.
Arsenal XI: Ospina; Bellerin, Gabriel, Koscienly, Monreal; Couqlein, Elneny, Ozil; Iwobi, Sanchez, Welbeck
West Ham XI: Adrian, Cresswell, Ogbonna, Reid, Tompkins; Noble, Kouyate; Lazini, Payet, Antonio; Carroll
Arsenal started impressively, and their early pressure paid off as Mesut Ozil converted Iwobi’s assist in the 16th minute.
Soon afterwards, Alexis Sanchez doubled his side’s lead, also scoring from an Iwobi assist.
West Ham were not about to give up, however, and the visitors’ defence fell apart in the final four minutes of the first half as Andy Carroll scored a quickfire brace.
The momentum had completely shifted, and Andy Caroll completed his hat-trick in the 52nd minute.
The hosts kept the pressure on Arsenal, who brought Ramsey, Giroud and Walcott on for Couqelin, Elneny and Welbeck.
Koscielny’s 70th-minute equaliser ensured Arsenal would not be going home empty-handed, but Arsene Wenger will be ruing his side’s inability to protect a two-goal lead and Leicester could pull further away with a win at Sunderland on Sunday.