Arsenal registered an impressive come-back as they stun Leicester City at the King Power Stadium 3-1. Mikel Arteta’s troops came from behind to claim an impressive victory to climb the top of Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham and keep their Europa qualification alive.
Things have not been very good for Leicester City these past weeks as they were eliminated from the Europa League following their 2-0 home loss. It was from bad to worst for the English Premier League side as they were stunned by Arsenal 3-1 after going 1-0 up.
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Youri Tielemens was allowed to run unchecked down the right before placing the ball inthe far corner beyond the reach of away keeper Leno. But Gunnars refused to be adversely affected, they took control of the game with impressive attacking intent and got the better the result at the end of the day.
David Luiz headed home Wilian’s cross to level the scores before Alexander Lacazette made it two from the penalty spot after a VAR check was conducted on Wilfred Ndidi’s block with the hand.
Ivorian international Nicolas Pepe rounded up the scoring from Willian’s pas. Arsenal played without Bukayo Saka and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, although Aubameyang came into the later on.
The Foxes’ sixth home loss of the season leaves them 10 points behind league leader Manchester City while Arsenal move up to ninth, eight points off the top four position.