Fabio Vieira showed a new side as Arsenal set up a comeback win over Fulham,
but he and everyone else in North London must ensure the result doesn't detract from the performance after the Gunners conceded a late equalize.
Two of Theo Walcott's most important games for Arsenal came in 2007-08.
He first turned things around against Birmingham in the league after Eduardo's early terrible injury,
then gave Arsene Wenger's Gunners an away-goals advantage against Liverpool in the Champions League quarterfinals.
Both times, the lead did not last. Vieira now faces the possibility of his impact being obscured by later disappointment, but there is reason to believe he can.
Not all was well for Arsenal against Fulham. Andreas Pereira's early strike may have halted the Gunners,
but Mikel Arteta's team rebounded and took the lead before stopping and letting their opponents score.
Arteta noted his squad was 10 times better than in the same game last season, despite winning despite struggling with Aleksandar Mitrovic.
The comeback was largely due to Vieira's introduction before the hour.