Leicester City failed to go ahead of Manchester United on the Premier League as they forfeited their 1-0 lead to Arsenal, who did extremely well to come from behind to beat the foxes 3-1 at the King Power Stadium today.
The Gunners took the 2-1 lead at half time as David Luiz scored a header from Willian's cross in the 39th minute before Alexander Lacazette scored from the penalty spot in the 45+1 minute.
Nicolas Pepe eventually sealed the match win for the Gunners by scoring from an open net in the 52nd minute to bring the scoreline to 3-1 at full time.
An outstanding performance from Arsenal as they cameback to secure a well deserved 3-1 win away from home.
After Arsenal won 3-1, see their current position on the Premier League table.
Arsenal are now at the 9th spot on the Premier League table with 37 points while Leicester City maintains their position at the 3rd spot on the table with 49 points.
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