Arsenal have won their away game against Leceister City. They defeated the foxes 3-1 to secure all the three points. Both Aubameyang and Bukayo Saka were missing in the game. It was another moment for both Pepe and Willian Borges to impress. The performance against Leceister has been marked as the best performance of the season for Arsenal. Mike Arteta may be heaved a sigh of relief after a disappointing start of the campaign.
BT Sport have spotted three players who were standouts. David Luiz defended well and even scored the opening goal. It was a good response from the Brazilian after a nightmare early goal. Nicholas Pepe has been thrown a stick whenever he failed to perform. It was the best moment of individual brilliance. He bagged another goal to his record. Willian Borges has been accorded two assists in the game. It was another best game for the former Chelsea player. He now has five Premier League assists. He was officially awarded man of the match against Leceister.
Arsenal fans do you agree with BT Sport after awarding Willian man of the match prize?
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