After an intense first half in which both sides gave nothing away it was the visitors who looked the more threatening.
Alexis Sanchez's omission from the matchday squad had sparked rumours of an impending move to Manchester United and Arsene Wenger admitted as much in his pre-match press conference as the Chilean winger inched toward the end of a six-month-long saga.
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It's also how they looked in Monday's blowout loss in Minnesota, and in last week's blowout loss in Boston. Jordan, for example, is due $22.6 million this season and has a player option for 2018-19.
After Hector Bellerin fired through Asmir Begovic to open the scoring for Arsenal in the 52nd minute, Callum Wilson and Jordon Ibe scored within five second-half minutes to turn the game on its head. Ryan Fraser found space in the box with five first half minutes remaining, only to be denied well by a Chambers block as the Gunners allowed an easy ball to come into the area from Ibe.
Bournemouth were perhaps quite unfortunate not to be awarded a penalty before the break as Iwobi looked to have moved his arm towards the ball from a corner. The Gunners had warnings prior to the goal, with Ibe and Fraser forcing stops from Petr Cech, but the Arsenal 'keeper then did poor as Eddie Howe's side made it 1-1.
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Callum Wilson converted a ideal Ryan Fraser cross in the 70th minute, before the striker turned provider, controlling a long ball and teeing up Ibe to fire past Petr Cech.
Having won just one of their last five Premier League matches, Arsenal remain sixth with 39 points - five behind rivals Tottenham Hotspur in fifth.
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The comments came during a meeting over immigration reform, a topic that Democrats are trying to tie to the shutdown fight. Elijah Cummings said, "I condemn this unforgivable statement and this demeaning of the office of the presidency".