Arsenal seemed to be plodding to Europa league success in their home tie with Swedish side Östersunds FK. The Gunners are 3-0 up from the first leg of the tie, but two quick fire goals, only 69 seconds between them, have meant that the North London club have a fight on their hands for the remainder of the game.
The first came from a good run from Hosam Aish, finishing from an acute angle past David Ospina. The goal would later be ruled as an own goal from Callum Chambers.
The second came moments later from Ken Sema who bullied Calum Chambers before powerfully driving the ball into the bottom corner.
The tie is currently poised at 3-2 to Arsenal, but the Gunners have not looked at their best against the Swedish outfit and a major upset may well be on the cards.