In a breathless FA Cup third-round tie, Arsenal and Swansea battled to an action-packed 2-2 draw.
All four goals came in the second half.
With almost his first touch after coming on as a substitute, Michu put Swansea ahead. Then, after some scintillating play that demanded a goal, Lukas Podolski struck a great equalizer for Arsenal.
A minute later, Kieran Gibbs scored the pick of the bunch with a powerful volley from a delicate Olivier Giroud chip over Swansea's defense. But the Gunners could not hold on. Lax defense allowed Danny Graham to equalize a few minutes before the end of regular time and force a replay.
It's tough to make sense of such a batty match, but let's try to whittle it down to six things we learned.