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Norwich 2-2 Arsenal: brace salvages point for Freddie Ljungberg on first game in charge as Gunners are granted reprieve from VAR with penalty re-take Norwich and Arsenal played out a four-goal thriller at Carrow Road and shared the spoils in a 2-2 stalemate  Teemu Pukki broke his goalscoring drought by opening the scoring on 20 minutes for the home side Christoph Zimmermann then handled the ball in the area which VAR confirmed to be an Arsenal penalty kick  stepped up and saw his effort saved by Tim Krul, but a retake was ordered Krul whipped up the crowd as the Arsenal man prepared for retake, but this time converted Todd Cantwell put Norwich back ahead with a placed finish in extra-time at the end of the first half struck again early in the second half to level the scoreline at 2-2 and pull Arsenal back into it 

By Ian Herbert For The Daily Mail

Published: 15:52 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 15:52 GMT, 1 December 2019

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Freddie Ljungberg's first game in charge as interim Arsenal manager yielded a point for the travelling Gunners, who were granted the reprieve of VAR and awarded a controversial penalty re-take.

A brace ensured the Londoners did not leave empty handed, while Teemu

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