Sean Dyche: 'Late Arsenal penalty was unlikely not to be given'

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Alexis Sanchez converted a 92nd-minute penalty to give Arsenal a 1-0 win and a third successive stoppage-time victory over Burnley at Turf Moor on Sunday.

The game at Turf Moor was a repeat of last season's meeting between the two sides at the Emirates Stadium where the Gunners needed an 98th-minute petulantly from Sanchez to steal the three points.

Alexis Sanchez stepped up to the spot and duly rattled home from 12 yards out to give Arsenal a third injury-time victor in a row against Burnley.

But Nicol still can not see the visitors coming away with all three points and is predicting a draw.

The result was harsh on Sean Dyche's side, having defended valiantly up until that point and looking like grabbing at least a point, before referee Lee Mason pointed to the spot after defender James Tarkowski pushed Aaron Ramsey.

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And the Icelandic winger forced Petr Cech into a save off the goal post (which went unrecognized and led to an Arsenal throw-in).

Cech made a volleyball style set save on a well-struck Robbie Brady effort in the 39th minute.

Ozil, who has recently been linked with a move to Barcelona, travelled to Lancashire ahead of Monday's (NZDT) dramatic 1-0 win but was ruled out of contention on matchday and returned to London.

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