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Latics stun Gunners with remarkable comeback

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Three goals in the final 11 minutes gave Wigan arguably the most stunning victory in their Barclays Premier League history winning 3-2 to slam the door shut on Arsenal's faint title hopes.

The Gunners appeared to be coasting to victory on the back of goals either side of half-time from Theo Walcott and Mikael Silvestre, and with it hauling themselves to within three points of leaders Chelsea.

But after a run of eight defeats and a draw in the league against Arsenal, Wigan added to their debut wins over Chelsea and Liverpool this season as Ben Watson, Titus Bramble and Charles N'Zogbia conjured an astonishing comeback.

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Titus Bramble
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Wigan Athletic
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Ben Watson
Theo Walcott

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