Freddie Ljungberg steered Arsenal to a 2-2 draw at Carrow Road this weekend as life begun without Unai Emery who was unceremoniously last week.

We have now not won for EIGHT games and this, if the truth be told, should have been another defeat, the Gunners lucky to escape with a draw.

Despite two goals by Aubameyang, there was little to cheer about under interim boss Freddie Ljungberg as we managed to miss out on yet another three points.

Aubameyang could have scored after just 10 minutes, and Mustafi almost put us ahead a few minutes later, but his effort was cleared off the line. We paid the price for our missed chances as Norwich went ahead after about 20 minutes, Pukki the scorer for the home side.

There was even a slice of luck for our equaliser, Aubameyang saw his penalty saved by Tim Krul, only for the ref to order it to be retaken. Aubameyang made no mistake with the second attempt to notch up the first goal under Freddie Ljungberg’s tutelage.

Norwich soon restored their lead before half time and it wasn’t until the hour mark we managed to get back on level terms, it was that man again, Aubameyang scoring a lovely curling effort after an Ozil corner.

Norwich should have won the game, but didn’t take their chances, so the point now leaves us seven points of off Chelsea in fourth place.

We now turn our attentions to a home game against Brighton on the Amazon Super Thursday Series, kicking off at 20:15, so lets hope Ljungberg can mark this auspicious occasion with his first win in charge!