* Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gives Arsenal 2-1 win at Bournemouth
* Arsenal moved to within one point of the top four
* Bournemouth’s Brooks had an effort disallowed for offside
* The visitors went ahead with an own goal by Jefferson Lerma
* Josh King equalised with a fine finish just before the interval
* Aubameyang slid in Arsenal’s second
* Bournemouth away to Man City next; Arsenal home to Tottenham
Nov 25 (Reuters)- Arsenal extended their unbeaten run to 17 games in all competitions on Sunday with a 2-1 victory at Bournemouth that moved them within a point of the Premier League’s top four.
The home team’s record signing Jefferson Lerma, who cost 25 million pounds ($32 million) in August, scored a spectacular own goal to give Arsenal the lead but Norwegian international Josh King, back in the Bournemouth side after injury, equalised just before halftime.
That meant Unai Emery’s team have still never led at the halfway stage of a league game since he joined in the close-season.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang slid in the Gunners’ second goal in the 68th minute and their three-man back line held out, although Lerma hit a post.
Arsenal can make up ground on their big local rivals Tottenham Hotspur, who are still three points ahead of them, by winning the north London derby next weekend.
Bournemouth stayed eighth after a third successive defeat in a testing period, with fixtures against Manchester City and Liverpool to come in the first eight days of December. ($1 = 0.7801 pounds) (Reporting by Steve Tongue Editing by Toby Davis )