Vivianne Miedema’s goal helped Arsenal draw against Juventus in their Women’s Champions League group game.
It was the Dutch striker’s first goal in seven matches.
Lineth Beerensteyn had opened the scoring for Juventus with an explosive run on the counterattack before passing visiting goalkeeper Manuela Zinsberger.
But Miedema’s 61st-minute header from Frida Maanum’s corner saved a point for the injured Gunners.
Arsenal now have seven points at the top of Group C, while Juventus are second with five and Lyon, who beat Zurich 3-0 earlier on Thursday, are third with four points.
Manchester United ended Arsenal’s 14-game winning streak in the WSL with their spectacular injury time victory at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, but Jonas Eidevall’s side didn’t seem to lack confidence at the Allianz Stadium.
They dominated the first half and Stina Blackstenius twice came within reach of an opener, firing over Maanum’s split pass before latching on to another cross from the Norwegian midfielder but to hit it directly on Juventus goalkeeper Pauline Peyraud-Magnin.
Juventus’ only notable chance in the first 45 minutes came on the stroke of half-time, but Arianna Caruso’s powerful header from Barbara Bonansea’s cross lacked direction.
For Arsenal’s luck, Beerensteyn’s penetrating run in the 52nd minute was enough to break the deadlock and, although Miedema’s leveler came just nine minutes later, Arsenal failed to find a magic moment to claim the loot.
Caitlin Foord came close twice but Peyraud-Magnin denied her former club as she fended off the first attempt and shut down the Australian striker to stifle the second.