Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud snatched his side a point with a late equaliser against Manchester United and in doing so wrote his name into the club's history books.
The Frenchman entered the fray in the 73rd minute at Old Trafford with the Gunners is desperate need of a goal and delivered with a thumping header on the eve of injury time.
The strike was significant, not only for the North London outfit, who remain unbeaten since the opening day of the season, but also on an individual level, marking Giroud as the most effective 'super sub' in the club's history.
Olivier Giroud celebrates after scoring a late equaliser against Manchester United
The French striker headed past David de Gea after coming on in the 73rd minute
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