Premier League (PL) leaders Arsenal mounted a stunning second-half comeback to defeat relegation-threatened AFC Bournemouth 3-2 from two goals down, after the Cherries struck an incredible nine-second goal through Philip Billing, the second fastest in PL history.
January signing Dango Ouattara caught the back four by surprise, as he surged towards goal and slid the ball across the frantic Arsenal box.
Ouattara almost went from creator to goalscorer following a scintillating counter, but this time Ramsdale was able to pull off a fantastic save.
A slender one-goal lead looked like a daunting prospect for a side with the worst defensive record in the division to hang onto, but Bournemouth were soon rewarded with an unlikely second.
Inspired, the home side got their equaliser when Reiss Nelson found Ben White at the far post, and his shot made it over the line despite the best efforts of Neto.
With a late winner in the offing, the roars of the home crowd turned from hopeful to expectant, and Arsenal were able to unbelievably complete the comeback eight minutes into stoppage time.
Nelson, having already assisted the equaliser, fired a wicked strike from the edge of the box into the far corner of the net, sending the Emirates into dreamland.