Arsenal met Leicester City in another game of the English Premier League. Mikel Arteta made a couple of changes in the squad that faced Benfica in the Europa League. Some of the key players who were left on the bench are Bukayo Saka, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Hector Bellerin. The game started on a very high note and Arsenal looked sluggish in the opening minutes of the game. Youri Tielemans got the first goal of the game for Leicester City. This made the Arsenal players to become more serious.
The Gunners got a penalty in the first incident but the VAR ruled that it was not a penalty. Emile Smith Rowe got injured and he was replaced by Martin Oedegaard. Arsenal equalized the goal through David Luiz’s header. He got a brilliant pass from Willian who took a free kick.
This goal brought Arsenal back to the game. The club worked harder again and got the second goal. The club got the second goal after Wilfred Ndidi caught the ball in the penalty area. The club got a penalty and Alexander Lacazette scored the goal. The first half ended 2-1 in favor of Arsenal.
Arsenal started the second half on a very high note. Nicolas Pepe added the third goal for Arsenal. He tapped in the goal from a ball that was delivered by Willian. Mikel Arteta made a change and replaced Mohamed Elneny with Thomas Partey. Leicester City got some two major blows because Harvey Barnes and Jonny Evans got injured. Lacazette was substituted towards the end of the game and his place was taken by Aubameyang. The game ended 3-1 in favor of Arsenal.
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