Mikel Arteta’s team defeated Leicester City!

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The striking In a thrilling match at Emirates Stadium,

Mikel Arteta‘s team defeated Leicester City thanks in large part to goals from Gabriel Jesus,

who scored his first Premier League goals for Arsenal.

The Brazilian striker, who was brought in from Manchester City in the summer,

assisted on his team’s other goals and scored twice before halftime but also had multiple chances to score a hat-trick.

Leicester

Early in the second half, William Saliba‘s own goal gave Leicester optimism,

but Granit Xhaka’s strike two minutes later restored Arsenal’s two-goal advantage.

James Maddison once more cut the deficit,

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but Gabriel Martinelli promptly made it 4-2 to keep the Gunners’ perfect record.

Before halftime, Leicester goalkeeper Danny Ward denied Jesus twice after he had scored. With 10 minutes left in the game, Jesus, 25,

also missed the side netting from close range.

Jesus is clearly enjoying being the centre of Arteta’s ambitions in north London,

Jesus enjoys being the top pick.

despite the fact that he never really played second fiddle at City,

when he scored 58 goals in the Premier League.

On his home debut,

he displayed a variety of his skills. He produced a beautiful chip to start the scoring before displaying more predatory instincts to latch onto Vardy’s defensive header and nod past Ward for his second.

Leicester

Before the teams had gone back to their locker rooms for a break on this scorching hot day in the capital,

Jesus was denied by Ward’s boot on his next opportunity and then stayed on his feet when he could have easily won a penalty under pressure from Jonny Evans,

only to roll his shot just wide of the post.

Jesus will be disappointed that his close-range shot into the side of the goal prevented him from scoring his second Premier League hat-trick,

which would have set up goals for Xhaka and Martinelli.

Leicester has to be strengthened.
In the week running up to this game, Leicester made its lone acquisition of the summer,

but the free transfer of third-choice goalkeeper Alex Smithies will not have thrilled Foxes supporters.

Leicester

The indications at Emirates Stadium were that Brendan Rodgers’ team needs to be strengthened immediately,

especially in light of the rumours that Chelsea and Newcastle are interested in both Wesley Fofana and James Maddison.

After an hour, Youri Tielemans was replaced,

and some Arsenal supporters mockingly chanted, “We’ll see you next week,” as he left.

However, the starting lineup,

which has not changed from the draw with Brentford six days earlier, shows that this is merely about Leicester’s first-choice pick; if so,

they will need to improve if they want to avoid having a difficult season.

The Foxes gained more bite after Kelechi Iheanacho was added,

and because to his hard effort,

Maddison had the opportunity to assess Ramsdale before blasting through his legs to give his team renewed hope.

But a few seconds later, the 2015–16 winners fell behind again,

this time by two goals, and there was no turning back.

The most recent activities of Wesley Fofana have become the subject of speculation among Leicester City fans.

The defender, who has drawn interest from Chelsea twice this month,

approached the Leicester supporters on his own following their team’s loss to Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

Following last week’s opening-day tie with Brentford,

he first started to walk straight back down the tunnel,

but manager Brendan Rodgers halted him in his tracks. Fofana and the City supporters had a brief dialogue before Fofana headed over to them.

While his teammates were still shaking hands with the opponent,

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Fofana went over on his own. The picture of him doing so,

however, has drawn a lot of comments on social media. Here are some comments made by various fans.

Despite scoring twice on his home debut against Leicester City on Saturday,

Mikel Arteta said Gabriel Jesus was “disappointed.”

Jesus put on a man of the match performance as the Gunners completed a comprehensive victory to build on their strong start to the new season.

Jesus started playing for the team he joined after leaving Manchester City for £45 million,

but he squandered numerous good chances to score a hat trick that would have added even more lustre.

I don’t want to compete with him. Although I’ve never been a defender,

I can see that I wouldn’t like it. He poses a genuine threat since he is so adaptable,

perceptive, and proactive to play in any situation or stage of the game.

Because of the extent of his influence,

Arteta removed the Brazil international during the game’s closing moments in preparation for next week’s trip to Bournemouth.

Fofana stepped over on his own as his teammates were still shaking hands with the adversary. However,

the image of him doing so has received numerous responses on social media. Here are a few remarks offered by different fans.

Gabriel Jesus was “disappointed,” according to Mikel Arteta,

despite scoring twice on his home debut against Leicester City on Saturday.

As the Gunners sealed a convincing victory to continue on their promising start to the new season, Jesus put on a man of the match performance.

Jesus joined the team after leaving Manchester City for £45 million,

but he failed to capitalise on many opportunities to score a hat trick that would have given the game even more lustre.

Fofana went over by himself as his colleagues continued to shake hands with the adversary. However,

the image of his doing so has generated a lot of discussion on social media. The following are some remarks given by various fans.

Mikel Arteta claimed Gabriel Jesus was “disappointed”

despite scoring twice on his home debut against Leicester City on Saturday.

In order to capitalise on their promising start to the new season,

the Gunners completed a convincing victory, with Jesus putting on a man of the match display.

Jesus made his debut for the squad he joined after leaving Manchester City for £45 million,

but he missed multiple opportunities to score a hat trick that would have given the game even more lustre.

While Leicester, who have only added backup goalkeeper Alex Smithies to their roster during the transfer window and drew at home to Brentford last weekend, were once again exposed by a set-piece and appeared to be in need of reinforcements, Arsenal’s two wins in a row boost their early-season confidence.

Following that,

Arsenal took control for the majority of the first half. Jesus glanced Martinelli’s free-kick into the side netting,

and Xhaka headed Bukayo Saka’s centre off the crossbar. Then,

Jesus scored twice in 12 minutes either side of the halftime break to bring his total against Leicester to seven goals in eight Premier League appearances.

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