Arsenal fans are currently the happiest in the world of football. Arsenal have scored 6 goals in 2 games making them secure all the 6 points. This leaves them in position 2 below the reigning champions Manchester City because of a difference in goals. Arsenal won 4-2 against The Foxes yesterday with Gabriel Jesus grabbing a brace in both goals and assists. Granit Xhaka and Gabriel Martinelli scored Arsenal's third and fourth goal respectively.
Leicester City pulled one back after Arsenal's defender Saliba made a mistake scoring to his own net after Justin flicked a long ball forward. Xhaka scored to restore Arsenal's lead to make it 3-1. Madison pulled another goal for The Foxes to make it 3-2 just before Martinelli securing a winner for Arsenal to make it 4-2.
Arsenal have majorly improved and they have a beautiful game. Gabriel Jesus is their main man alongside Saka and Martinelli. They had a strong squad with a bench power against Leicester city including Tomiyasu, Tierney and Smith-Rowe. Arsenal will face AFC Bournemouth before hosting Fulham. They will surely win the 2 fixtures to keep their fans in a mellow mood.
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