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Arsenal scores 2 late goals to beat Cardiff 2-0 and stay top of Premier League
LONDON - Arsenal scored two late goals to finally break down Cardiff's resistance and stay top of the Premier League with a 2-0 victory on Wednesday.
The Gunners dominated the entire game but wasted the few clear-cut chances they created until substitute Nicklas Bendtner thumped home a rebound in the 88th minute. Theo Walcott then made sure of the victory with a chip over goalkeeper David Marshall.
Bendtner was injured in the process of scoring and was immediately substituted.
With the win, Arsenal remained a point above Manchester City atop the standings.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer watched the match sitting next to Cardiff owner Vincent Tan, increasing speculation that the Norwegian is set to be hired as the team's new manager.
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