Alex Iwobi made his 11th Premier League substitute appearance for Arsenal who lost Crystal Palace 3-2 at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday reports Completesports.com.
Iwobi came on for Konstantinos Mavropanos at the start of the second half.
The game was Iwobi’s 31st league appearance of the season for Arsenal.
The defeat ended Arsenal’s winning home run and dent their London rivals’ top-four hopes.
The Gunners were seeking a club-record-equalling 11th home top-flight victory in a row.
Christian Benteke gave Crystal Palace the lead in the 17th minute heading in Luka Milivojevic cross to end his year-long goal drought from open play on his 200th Premier League appearance.
Mesut Ozil temporarily had Arsenal on level terms.
Wilfried Zaha restored Palace’s lead just after the hour mark.
A sloppy defending from the Arsenal defence gifted James McArthur a third goal for the Eagles, which would prove to be the winner as Pierre Emerick Aubameyang pulled one back late on for Arsenal, who missed a chance to move into third place.
Liverpool maintained their pursuit for a first league title in 29 years with a battling 2-0 victory over relegation-threatened Cardiff City on Sunday.
After Manchester City moved to the summit with a hard-fought triumph of their own against Tottenham just over 24 hours earlier, the Reds were made to sweat in the April sunshine by a side occupying the final relegation spot in the table.
Eventually, Liverpool found a clever way to break down a stubborn Cardiff defence, Georginio Wijnaldum meeting Trent Alexander-Arnold’s corner with a powerful first-time finish.
A foul on Mohamed Salah by Sean Morrison allowed James Milner to wrap up a ninth successive win in all competitions for Jurgen Klopp’s side from the penalty spot, meaning they now sit two points clear of the reigning champions, who have a game in hand.
By Johnny Edward.