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That was until the third minute of stoppage time when Phil Jagielka fouled Ramires to concede a free kick. Frank Lampard whipped the ball into the penalty area, and it seemed to brush off Branislav Ivanovics head before Terry appeared to nudge it into the net with the help of Howards body. "When you score minute 90-something you can speak about being lucky," Mourinho said. "The reality is that the boys chased that. We were the team that was really trying to win, which is our responsibility. "We deserved it. I never thought we would score so late. I had hope that we could score a goal before that. Destiny wanted last minute." It was similarly anxious for City at home, having gone two games without a win. But the hosts pressure finally told with 20 minutes to go. Samir Nasir cut in and fed Aleksandar Kolarov, who crossed for the advancing Toure to score. There was a flurry of goals at the Emirates Stadium, and after Giroud scored in the fifth minute, there seemed little doubt Arsenal would bounce back from its loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League with a win. The France striker completed slick buildup play between Tomas Rosicky and Jack Wilshere to slot in the opener after five minutes, and he intercepted a sloppy back pass to net again in the 31st. Rosicky chipped in the third before half time and defender Laurent Koscielny headed in the fourth 12 minutes after the break. All Sunderland could muster was a late goal from substitute Emanuele Giaccherini, who struck from 25 metres (yards), as the northeast team remained in the relegation zone along with Cardiff and Fulham. Fulham was the only team in the bottom three to get anything out of Saturdays games, with a 1-1 draw against West Bromwich Albion, but the London club remains at the foot of the standings. 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