Arsenal’s Welbeck beats Leicester in stoppage time, Twitter explodes

Yeah, remember him?

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These are the type of moments that can change history.

Danny Welbeck scored in the 95th minute of stoppage time to hand Arsenal an incredible, pivotal come-from-behind victory over first-place Leicester City on Sunday, blowing the Premier League title race wide open and reminding everyone that Danny Welbeck still exists.

With Arsenal up a man for most of the second half, Theo Walcott leveled the score in the 70th minute to set up a pulsating finish. The Gunners pinned the visitors deep into their own half for the remainder of the game but were denied time and again by Kasper Schmeichel. Just when it seemed a late winner would elude Arsenal, a clumsy foul from Leicester’s Marcin Wasilewski set up one last free kick for Mesut Ozil. 

We all know what happened next:

What. A. Moment. 

Here now the best reactions from the Twitter-sphere: