Steve Nicol recaps Arsenal's scrappy 1-2 win at Preston in the FA Cup 3rd round.
However, it is certain that despite Preston's home advantage, Arsenal are considered clear favourites going into the game this weekend and at 1/2 are sure to see plenty of money from punters.
Olivier Giroud has called for Arsenal to be focused from kickoff after his late victor saw the Gunners come from behind to survive an FA Cup scare with a 2-1 win at Championship side Preston.
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Most of the first-half opportunities fell to the Championship outfit, as the Gunners failed to trouble in the opening 45 minutes.
However, two second half goals from Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud have bailed Arsene Wenger out and ensured Arsenal are safely into the draw for the next round.
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"We've done it, but we need to start better, but we are pleased with the wonderful support of the fans to win this game". Less than a minute had elapsed after the restart when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain sent over a cross from the left that Preston never properly cleared, leaving Ramsey to make room for a shot and beat Chris Maxwell with a rising drive from the edge of the area for his first goal of the season.
A late Olivier Giroud goal gave Arsenal the win at Deepdale as they advanced to the 4th round of the FA Cup. A second did not come though and the game became much closer and more hard fought and there were chances at both ends.
Former Dundalk winger Horgan, who, along with Andy Boyle, joined Preston at the beginning of December, has only been eligible to play for his new club a matter of days, but he has clearly convinced Simon Grayson of his quality.
"Second half we needed to have a different attitude and I think we showed that".
"I've played in the Championship and I know how hard every game is, " the 26-year-old said.