Manchester City and Arsenal shared the spoils in an entertaining 2-2 draw at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday, April 2.
Goals from Leroy Sane and Sergio Aguero either side of a Theo Walcott strike for the hosts meant Man City were poised for a vital away win.
However, a second half header from Mustafi levelled up matters for the hosts and rescued Wenger’s boys from a third consecutive defeat in the Premier League.
The result also takes away the pressure of Arsene Wenger who before the game had lost four of his last five Premier League games, the worst ever run in his career at the Gunners.
Arsenal remain sixth on the table with 51 points while Man City drops to fourth position on the log with 58 points.