Arsenal continues winless streak despite new caretaker manager

    Norwich City held Arsenal to a draw in the English Premier League on Sunday.

    (CNN)Freddie Ljungberg failed to end Arsenal's unwanted winless streak in his first game as caretaker manager on Sunday.

    The London club was playing its first fixture since the sacking of former boss Unai Emery on Friday but the new regime could only hold on for a 2-2 draw against English Premier League minnows Norwich City.
    In truth, the Gunners could have lost at Carrow Road if it wasn't for goalkeeper Bernd Leno saving impressively on a number of occasions in the second half, but two goals from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang proved enough to take a point from the game.
      The result means Arsenal is now eight games without a win in all competitions, a record which leaves it eighth in the Premier League.
      Arsenal's interim head coach Freddie Ljungberg could not end Arsenal's win-less streak.
      Ljungberg would have been reasonably happy with how his side started the game but its familiar defensive fatalities began to kick in after just 20 minutes.
      Norwich's talisman Teemu Pukki was able to glide into space and put his side ahead with a deflected effort.
      However, Arsenal reacted well and found themselves level before the break thanks to a controversial penalty, following an accidental handball by defender Christoph Zimmermann.
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