Arsenal had to wait till six-minutes after regulation time to score an equaliser against bottom-of-the-league Southampton on Saturday.
Arsenal’s winless run continued as they drew against Southampton to increase the pressure on manager Unai Emery.
The result leaves the Gunners in seventh, nine points worse off than at the corresponding stage last term, while the Saints remain 19th.
Emery’s side, who were second best throughout, were booed off at the final whistle after delivering a disjointed performance which suggests they may struggle to compete for a place in the top four this season.
Danny Ings’ early goal had put the visitors in front, with the forward catching the home defence asleep to race onto Ryan Bertrand’s free-kick and score with a right-foot shot from close range.
That set the tone for what was to follow, with the visitors wasting several good chances to extend their lead before Alexandre Lacazette turned in a close-range equaliser.
The goal did little to kick-start Arsenal though, who fell behind for a second time when James Ward-Prowse scored on the rebound after seeing his second-half penalty saved by home goalkeeper Bernd Leno.
Not even Lacazette’s second goal of the day, which came late in stoppage time, could raise spirits at the Emirates, with the forward appearing embarrassed to celebrate.