Martin Odegaard could not hide his delight after Arsenal snatched a dramatic late win against Manchester United at the Emirates.
Arsenal scored twice in stoppage-time to secure a 3-1 win in north London, to move within two points of Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table.
Odegaard had equalised for Arsenal after Marcus Rashford’s opener for the visitors, before the Gunners struck twice in stoppage time through Declan Rice and Gabriel Jesus to earn the three points.
Odegaard admitted it was ‘the best feeling in the world’ to win in such fashion and said he was thrilled with a crucial three points in the club’s title challenge.
“I love to play at home with the fans and the atmosphere is unbelievable. I am thrilled to come from behind and very, very happy,” he told Sky Sports.
“It’s the best feeling in the world. This is what we play for. To give them something back and how they support us and it is amazing to give them this back.”
On the dramatic conclusion to the game, Odegaard added: “It was mad. I don’t know what happened but Gabi [Jesus] did so well in the end and scored a great goal and we got the win.
“All the games are like this now and you have to be prepared to play 100 and 105 and 110 minutes. We did great and I am very pleased to win.”