The Gunners came from behind to claim a 3-1 away victory over the Foxes lifting themselves up into the EPL's top half and keeping their slim hopes for European places alive
Arsenal Boss, Mikel Arteta made 6 changes to the side that defeated Benfica in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday night with Aubameyang and Saka dropped to the bench for the trip to the Foxes.
Leicester City broke the deadlock after just 6 minutes when some poor defending from the Gunners allowed Belgian Midfieder Youri Tielemans to drive into the penalty area and slotting it past , Bernad Leno
The Gunners looked to have been given a way back into the match when Ivorian winger Nicolas Pepe was tripped in the penalty box, but Video Assistant Referee was used to review the foul, and the penalty was later disallowed.
othe Gunners drew level after thirty nine minutes when Brazil International David Luiz pulled away from Leicester defenders at a free-kick to head home from a Willian superb cross. France International Alexandre Lacazette completed the comeback from the penalty when Video Assistant Referee was used to spot a handball by Nigeria International Wilfred Ndidi just before the interval.
England Youngster, Harvey Barnes was forced off through injury issues not long into the 2nd half and the Gunners rubbed salt into that wound moments later, netting a third through Ex-Lille Winger, Nicolas Pepe after good work by Real Madrid Loanee Martin Odegaard and Willian.
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