Arsenal took on Burnley in the last round of Premier League fixtures before the international break, and having beaten Chelsea 3-0 last week before earning three points in the Champions League against Basel, Gunners fans were expectant.

But it was only with the last kick of the game that Arsene Wenger’s men sealed victory against an excellent Burnley defence.

GOAL Burnley 0-1 Arsenal (90+2 mins). Walcott's knockdown is forced over the line by a combination of Oxlade-Chamberlain & Koscielny #BURARS

— Premier League (@premierleague) October 2, 2016

@Arsenal it's the captain with the goal to win us three points at the death!#BFCvAFC 0-1 (90)

— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) October 2, 2016

Fans were mightily relieved, after the result took Arsenal to within two points of league leaders, Manchester City.

Arsenal fan right now..

— BenchWarmers (@BeWarmers) October 2, 2016

Atfer a difficult 20 years in the job, Arsene Wenger was perhaps a little fortuitous when Laurent Koscielny’s winner came around.

Ref not sure whether to give offside or handball, so he gives a goal. 1-0 to the Arsenal.

— Swiss Ramble (@SwissRamble) October 2, 2016

Was that Arsenal goal a) not a corner b) offside c) handball and d) over the 2 minutes? I'm sure Wenger will acknowledge his good fortune…

— Hector Nunns (@senornunes) October 2, 2016

Even the guys at Fantasy Premier League couldn’t work it out.

Burnley 0-1 Arsenal (90+2mins) #BURARS #FPL

— FPL (@OfficialFPL) October 2, 2016

Alan Sugar wasn’t best pleased.

Typical Arsenal in the last 10 seconds lucky lucky arsenal @piersmorgan

— Lord Sugar (@Lord_Sugar) October 2, 2016

Arsenal have a bit of a knack for this last-minute goal business.

90+ – Teams with most 90th minute winning goals in PL history:
Liverpool – 28
Arsenal – 23
Chelsea – 20
Everton – 19
Man Utd – 18

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) October 2, 2016

Fight till the end! #COYG 🔴⚪️

— Alex Ox-Chamberlain (@Alex_OxChambo) October 2, 2016

Burnley can feel hard done by, having worked hard for a point.

Koscielny is offside and handles ball. Apart from that a perfect Arsenal winner. How do officials miss that ? Feel for Burnley.

— Ian Darke (@IanDarke) October 2, 2016

But the result stands, and continues Arsenal’s fine run of form.

5 wins in a row
4 clean sheets in a row
Unbeaten in the last 9 games#Arsenal

— Ladbrokes (@Ladbrokes) October 2, 2016

The north London side just about got away with it.

Arsenal win it in the last second of the game! #AFC

— Match of the Day Mag (@MOTDmag) October 2, 2016

And we’re sure Wenger couldn’t have asked for a better anniversary present.