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Arsenal secured a hard-fought 4-3 victory at Kenilworth Road, with Declan Rice’s stoppage-time winner rescuing goalkeeper David Raya from two significant errors.

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Raya’s mistakes allowed Elijah Adebayo and Ross Barkley to score, giving Luton a 3-2 lead by the 60th minute. However, Kai Havertz leveled the score at 3-3 shortly after. As it seemed Raya’s errors might cost Arsenal, Rice stepped up in the last minute of added time, securing the crucial goal.

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In the initial stages, Arsenal dominated possession, but Luton’s counterattacks and high pressing created nervy moments for the visitors. A poor back pass from Amari’i Bell led to Arsenal taking the lead, with Bukayo Saka initiating the move and Gabriel Martinelli converting 20 minutes into the game.

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Luton equalized four minutes later through Gabriel Osho’s header from a corner. Despite Martinelli and Gabriel Jesus contributing to Arsenal’s lead before halftime, Luton leveled again early in the second half. Raya’s error allowed Adebayo to score, but Barkley’s strike gave Luton a brief lead until Havertz restored parity.

As Arsenal’s quality began to show, Luton’s defense faced increased pressure. Yet, in the final moments, Rice’s decisive goal secured all three points for Arsenal, overcoming the defensive challenges and ensuring a thrilling 4-3 victory.

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