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Liverpool 2-2 Arsenal December 21, 2014, 19:44 Martin Skrtel powered home a stoppage-time header to ensure 10-man Liverpool picked up a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw with Arsenal on Sunday evening.

But it should really have been three points for Brendan Rodgers' side as they dominated the Gunners from start to finish at Anfield.The hosts made a whirlwind start to the match and, after Philippe Coutinho had won an early free-kick, Steven Gerrard curled his effort wide.In the 12th minute a swift Reds attack ended with Adam Lallana lashing a left-footed shot just over Wojciech Szczesny's goal.The north Londoners could not get a foothold in the game and, just past the half-hour mark, Lallana found Coutinho in acres of space but his low shot was straight at Szczesny.Lazar Markovic then bundled his way into the area only for Szczesny to race off his line and save the shot before Raheem Sterling beat Per Mertesacker and set up Markovic, who clipped his right-footed shot over the bar.The Merseysiders got the goal their dominance deserved just before the break when Jordan Henderson set up Coutinho, who made space for himself before beating Szczesny with a low shot.However, Arsene Wenger's men responded immediately as Mathieu Debuchy was able to climb above Skrtel and head past a stranded Brad Jones.In the second half Sterling took the ball past the onrushing Szczesny, but Gerrard could only loop a header over the bar from the youngster's cross.Against the run of play the visitors took the lead in the 65th minute when Santi Cazorla got to the byline and pulled the ball back for Olivier Giroud to drill a low shot past Jones.As Liverpool pressed for an equaliser Lucas and Coutinho went close to scoring, but their hopes appeared to have ended when substitute Fabio Borini was sent off after picking up two yellow cards in quick succession.But in the nine minutes of stoppage time, which came about mainly as a result of a head injury Skrtel sustained in the second period, the Slovakia international got above Calum Chambers to head home and salvage a richly-deserved point for the home team.