Arsenal remain with just a mathematical chance of winning the title after a 2-1 loss at Bolton Wanderers left them nine points behind leaders Manchester United in the English Premier League.

A late winner from Tamir Cohen proved to be Arsenal's downfall as the Israeli headed in a 90th minute corner. He then burst into tears after he removed his shirt to reveal a picture of his late father who died in December in a motorcycle accident.

Bolton had impressed in the first half and the in-form on-loan Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge had opened the scoring in the 38th minute off a corner. However, Arsenal had some hope when Kevin Davies missed a penalty at the begining the second half before Robin van Persie equalized in the 48th minute.

However, Cohen left it late to nail Arsenal's coffin and the Gunners are left needing a plummeting fall from both second placed Chelsea and leaders Manchester United as they are nine points behind with just four games remaining.