Reiss Nelson’s 98th-Minute Winner Thrills Arsenal Fans


Arsenal’s dramatic 2-1 victory over Bournemouth on Sunday was made even more special by the reaction of Arsenal legend Ian Wright. The former Gunners striker was in attendance at the Emirates Stadium to witness Reiss Nelson’s 98th-minute winner, and his reaction was nothing short of incredible.

The match had been a tense affair, with Arsenal struggling to break down a stubborn Bournemouth defence. The Cherries had taken the lead in the first half through a Josh King penalty, and it looked like they were going to hold on for a shock victory. However, Arsenal equalised in the 87th minute through a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang penalty, and then Nelson struck in the dying seconds to secure all three points for the Gunners.

The goal sparked wild celebrations in the stands, and none more so than from Wright. The former Arsenal striker was seen leaping out of his seat and punching the air in delight. He then proceeded to hug the people around him, before running down the stairs to the pitch to join in the celebrations.

It was a moment of pure joy for Wright, who has been a passionate Arsenal fan since his playing days. He has been a vocal supporter of the club since his retirement, and his reaction to Nelson’s goal was a testament to his love for the Gunners.

The goal was also a special moment for Nelson, who has been a regular in the Arsenal first team this season. The 19-year-old has been tipped for a bright future, and his late winner against Bournemouth will no doubt be a moment he remembers for a long time.

Wright’s reaction to Nelson’s goal was a reminder of the passion and emotion that football can evoke. It was a moment of pure joy for the Arsenal legend, and one that will live long in the memory of all Arsenal fans.