The Gunnners extended their winning run to two matches after they got a 1 - 0 win over Leicester City in a crunch encounter between both clubs.
The North London based club Arsenal were far from their usual best but they managed to emerge victorious in today’s EPL encounter.
A lone goal from Gabriel Martinelli secured the much-needed victory for Arsenal at Leicester City Stadium.
The English Premier League giants Arsenal were second-best in the opening 45 minutes of the game but they lucky not to concede a goal at halftime.
In the second half, The North London based club were conservative in defence as they held on to a one goal lead against their opponent.
The home side Leicester City recorded 32% ball possession, 1 shot, 69% passing accuracy and 281 passes while Arsenal recorded 576 passes, 2 shots on target, 8 shots off target and 10 shots.
The Brazilian and Arsenal attacker Gabriel Martinelli was named man of the match for his incredible performance in today’s league match.
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