Who wins between Fulham and Arsenal? Arsenal missed out on a comeback win at the Emirates, drawing 2-2 with 10-man Fulham after Joao Palhinha’s late leveller. The hosts made a poor start when Bukayo Saka played a loose back pass into the path of Andreas Pereira, who proceeded to sprint forwards and scoop a first-time shot beyond Aaron Ramsdale. The Arsenal ‘keeper was left stranded and, despite backpedalling frantically, he could do nothing to stop Pereira’s improvised effort from finding the bottom left-hand corner. Arsenal had plenty of chances to equalise before half-time, but failed to take them. Gabriel Martinelli tested Bernd Leno on several occasions but the Fulham ‘keeper was in a determined mood, while, at the other end, Raul Jimenez came within inches of scoring with a spectacular overhead kick and Harry Wilson fired just wide. Around the half-hour mark, after a cross from Leandro Trossard, Saka sent a header down into the turf only to see it bounce up over the crossbar. Just before half-time Martin Odegaard had the ball in the back of the net, but Kai Havertz was flagged for offside in the build-up. The second half followed much the same script until, with just over 20 minutes to go, Kenny Tete brought down Fabio Vieira, on as a substitute, in the area. Saka sent Leno the wrong way to level the scores, sending the Emirates into raptures. The home fans were even more elated two minutes later when, after tearing up the left flank, Vieira thumped a low cross to fellow substitute Eddie Nketiah, who turned in from close range. Marco Silva and his coaches protested over what they felt was a foul from Saka on Calvin Bassey, but the goal stood. When Bassey was sent off for a second bookable offence late on, it looked like Arsenal would extend their perfect start to the season, but Palhinha turned in at a corner with three minutes of normal time left to play – nabbing a point for the visitors.