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Arsenal Outfoxes Leicester City In Tremendous EPL Opener

Arsenal Outfoxes Leicester City In Tremendous EPL Opener

Okazaki equalized for the visitors in the fifth minute at the Emirates to cancel out the opening goal for Arsenal's summer signing Alexandre Lacazette, who netted after just two minutes.

The English Premier League matches that will be on TV are - Arsenal vs Leicester City, Watford vs Liverpool, Chelsea vs Burnley and Brighton vs Manchester City on Saturday and both the matches on Sunday will be on TV.

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It was striker's first shot for his new club and he now becomes just seventh Arsenal player to score on his debut.

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Danny Welbeck almost finished off an attacking move for Arsenal after a few one-touch exchanges with Mesut Ozil but his shot was blocked by Harry Maguire. Young center back Rob Holding (he was subbed out in the second half) was targeted by Christian Fuchs and Marc Albrighton with Mesut Ozil and Hector Bellerin giving him no protection. Arsenal will enjoy the home advantage but things can turn upside down against a tricky opposition like Leicester.

However, the lack of organisation at the back coupled with far too many errors on display on Friday night will worry the Arsenal boss, as well as the club's world-weary fans. All our players got a decent number of minutes of good competition, so overall the preparation of the squad looks good. Wanting an offside call, the Leicester defense nearly all simultaneously stop and raised their arms.

Vardy bagged his brace when he capitalised on another piece of poor defending from the home side to fire Leicester into the lead in the 56th minute to make the scores 3-2. First it was Ramsey, left wide open in the box off a cross into the danger area, and two minutes later it was Giroud, heading in a corner kick.

Though, it was not to be with Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud stunning Leicester late in the game.