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In his first game as Arsenal Manager, Freddie Ljungberg was forced to settle for a point as Norwich City held the Gunners in a 2-2 draw.
The Swede, appointed interim after the sacking of Unai Emery, watched from the dugout on the Carrow Road as both sides in an exciting game threw caution at the wind.
Onel Hernandez had time to pick up his pass on the left wing and teed up Todd Cantwell to hit Leno for a 2-1 half-time advantage with a controlled finish.
With Norwich’s opener cancelled out, Aubameyang was back at it in the 57th minute.
Arsenal is just a bigger stadium Everton!Jason Cundy The ball came from a corner to the international Gabon and shot another equalizer from just outside the six-yard box.
Bernd Leno pulled off a spectacular diving save shortly afterwards to deny Kenny McLean at the other end.
Second-from-bottom Norwich continued to ask questions and two late efforts were saved by Max Aarons as Ljungberg finished his first game in charge watching his side cling to a point, leaving them seven off Chelsea in fourth place.