Arsenal Outfoxes Leicester City In Tremendous EPL Opener

Arsenal Outfoxes Leicester City In Tremendous EPL Opener

Arsenal Outfoxes Leicester City In Tremendous EPL Opener

Wenger said former Lyon forward Lacazette should be targeting a similar return, having scored 37 goals across all competitions in 2016-17 before his reported €60million switch."With Lacazette it is simple", Wenger said ahead of Friday's Premier League opener against Leicester City.

It took Lacazette just 94 seconds to score in the Premier League with his second touch in England's top-flight.

Arsenal's opening-day win is just their second in their last seven attempts.

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"He had a little abdominal strain that he caught on Sunday morning in training before he came to Wembley, he had the scan on Monday, he will be out for one or two weeks." said Wenger on Sanchez's set back.

Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare couldn't have imagined Wenger would have the Gunners completely abandon center backs. The Gunners dominated with Monreal and Kolasinac at what used to be the center back position, with right wingback Hector Bellerin on the left and left winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on the right of a 4-2-4. His only substitute who didn't score was Theo Walcott, but what else would you expect from Walcott?

But the Foxes hit back nearly immediately through Okazaki, who nodded home after the Gunners failed to deal with a short corner.

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His goal, moreover, was the 50th time he has netted in front of Arsenal's fans at the Emirates Stadium.

Leicester City was a hard opponent, but outmatched by Arsenal.

After Wilfred Ndidi had survived a penalty shout for handball, Arsenal levelled in first-half stoppage time, Danny Welbeck tapping in from Kolasinac's square pass after Lacazette's shot was blocked. Both sides swapped possession until the 56th minute when Vardy scored his second.

Instead Leicester remained winless against Arsenal in 22 matches.

It is a new era though as traditionally the English top flight season has kicked off with a flurry of Saturday fixtures.

"There were hard moments when we were down and we managed to get out of that and it's great to see".

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