Theo Walcott struck for Arsenal in last night's 1-1 friendly draw against Hungarian outfit Szombathelyi Haladas at the Haladas VSE Stadium.
The hosts took a deserved lead in the 25th minute when former Hungary international striker Krisztian Kenesei broke through a static Gunners defence and chipped delicately over the on-rushing Manuel Almunia.
To rub salt into the defender's wounds, he then sliced a volley over from five yards just minutes later with the goal gaping.
But Arsenal equalised in the 42nd minute when Walcott - urged by manager Wenger to stake his claim for a regular place this season - rifled the ball home.
The former Southampton forward collected Nicklas Bendtner's short pass and, from a position to the right of goal, slammed an 18-yard low shot across the goalkeeper and into the back of the net off the far post.