Oct 18, 2014 at 3pm UK at ​Emirates Stadium
Arsenal
2-2
Hull City
Sanchez (13'), Welbeck (91')
Wilshere (69'), Carzola (80')
FT(HT: 1-1)
Diame (17'), Hernandez (46')
Chester (44'), Huddlestone (66')

Danny Welbeck: Hull City draw was "bittersweet"

Welbeck: Hull draw was
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Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck feels that his side's draw with Hull City was "bittersweet" as the Gunners lost further ground in the Premier League title race.

Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck has admitted that his side's 2-2 draw with Hull City was "bittersweet" as lost further ground in the Premier League title race.

The Gunners took the lead through Alexis Sanchez, but were pegged back almost immediately by Mohamed Diame before Abel Hernandez handed the Tigers the lead early in the second half.

Arsene Wenger's side pressed late in the match and eventually got their equaliser when Welbeck struck in the 91st minute, but the England man was only partially content with his stoppage-time leveller.

"It was bittersweet because we started the game well," Welbeck told the club's official website. "They got the early goal and made it difficult for us because they just sat back. I was pleased to get a goal but disappointed not to get the three points.

"There's different ways you can look it at because they've been working hard all game, they maybe got a bit tired towards the end.

"You don't see those sort of things on the pitch but being on the pitch makes things more difficult. We need to see how we can evaluate it from there."

Arsenal are sixth in the Premier League table, with 11 points from eight games this season.

Arsenal's English striker Danny Welbeck scores their second goal past Hull City's English defender Curtis Davies and Hull City's Egyptian midfielder Ahmed Elmohamady during their English Premier League football match against Hull City at the Emirates Stad
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