After climbing back to the top four on the Premier League table following a significant victory over Queens Park Rangers on New Year's Eve, Arsene Wenger's Arsenal once again failed to make headway in a crucial game. Fulham stunned the Gunners 2-1 with a late fightback to claim a last-gasp victory at Craven Cottage on Monday night.

Things were more or less in place for Wenger in the first half. Laurent Koscielny nodded in the opener on 21 minutes. Fulham fought back with renewed vigour after the interval, but there were no significant results until five minutes from time when Steve Sidwell tapped home the equaliser.

The 78 minutes dismissal of Johan Djourou left a deep dent on the Arsenal defence line. Bobby Zamora volleyed home the winner deep into added time (93 minutes), his first goal in three months.

An angry Wenger slammed referee Lee Probert and even called him "naïve" over the red card for Djourou. "The moment (Djourou got) the first yellow card they (Fulham) tried every time to get him the second and the referee was naïve enough to give it. The referee influenced the game completely the wrong way," Wenger said after the game.

Some crucial moments from the action have been captured below:

Fulham's Clinton Dempsey, left, challenges for the ball with Arsenal's Johan Djourou during their English Premier League soccer match at Fulham's Craven Cottage stadium in London.PA
Arsenal's Johan Djourou, left is shown the red card and sent off by referee Lee Probert, centre, during their English Premier League soccer match against Fulham at Fulham's Craven Cottage stadium in London.PA
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger (right) complains to the fourth official on the touchline.PA
Fulham's Stephen Kelly, right, challenges for the ball with Arsenal's Per Mertesacker during their English Premier League soccer match at Fulham's Craven Cottage stadium in London.PA
Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny scores his side's first goal of the game.PA
Fulham's Bryan Ruiz (right) and Arsenal's Francis Coquelin (left) battle for the ball.PA
Fulham's Steve Sidwell, left, challenges for the ball with Arsenal's Laurent Koscielny during their English Premier League soccer match at Fulham's Craven Cottage stadium in London.PA