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Arsenal earned beleaguered manager Arsene Wenger a measure of respite by twice hitting back to hold Man City to a 2-2 draw at the Emirates Stadium Sunday.Pep Guardiola twice saw his City side go ahead, through Leroy Sane and then Sergio Aguero, but Arsenal responded each time via goals from Theo Walcott and Shkodran Mustafi.The Germany winger outpaced Hector Bellerin and skipped past David Ospina – deputising in goal for the injured Petr Cech – before rolling in his eighth City goal.Arsenal had threatened in first-half stoppage time, Walcott stabbing over from Sanchez's pass, and eight minutes into the second half they levelled when Mustafi rose to head in Ozil's corner.Ospina was obliged to parry a booming Fernandinho drive and field a header by Aguero, who had also headed wide from Navas' cross moments before Mustafi's equalizer.
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