watch smart people online Seemingly low in fire power, Arsenal had to rely on an 84th minute winner by Denmark striker Nicklas Bendtner to nudge ahead 1-0 against a resilient Bolton. The Dane came off the bench to fire a late winner as Arsenal finally ended up as victors against stubborn resistance in a 1-0 win at Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners had dominated possession, but failed to unlock the visitors, who put 10 men behind the ball. However, just when time looked to be running out, Bendtner arrived at the far post to volley in a first goal since November and renew hopes Arsene Wenger’s men can force their way back into the race for the Barclays Premier League title.
Following Aston Villa’s win over West Brom, the Gunners were again playing catch up on the top four, but moved level on points with Manchester United – who host Chelsea on Sunday and already have two games in hand.