Nothing much to report from the second half except for an unfortunate collision between Johan Djourou, Sully Muntari, and Titus Bramble in the Sunderland half. It didn't look like much at the beginning as the three came together to gight for the ball, but replays should that Muntari got fingers into the Arsenal defender's eye and followed that up with an elbow to the side of the head. It all looked accidental, but that doesn't mean it hurt any less. Djourou was down and not moving for several minutes before collecting his wits and rather woozily wandering off the pitch. He should be ok to continue, though.
Incidentally, and to the delight of the Emirates, Welsh midfielder Aaron Ramsey has begun warming up on the sidelines. Ramsey, who suffered a horrible broken leg courtesy of Stoke City's Ryan Shawcross a year ago, would be making his first Arsenal appearance since the injury, having just completed a month on loan at Cardiff City.