Goal! Arsenal 4-3 Leicester; Watch Xhaka score most awesome header goal in football history in Arsenal vs Leicester city goal compilation

Arsenal will welcome Leicester city to Emirates today for their second premier League match of the new season after a successful kick off last weekend

Arsenal has kick off the season very well with 2 goals to nothing against Crystal palace last week Friday with Gabriel MARTINELLI and Bukayo Saka playing huge role in the two goals respectively

The Gunners will want to keep the success record as they set to go into action action with Leicester city that okayed 2-2 drawl in their opening game last week

The match is scheduled to kick at 15:00 hrs (Wat) at Emirates in London today Saturday, and Arsenal are expected to show case another new player, Fabio who is yet to make his first Arsenal appearance, here is the goal compilation for Arsenal Vs Leicester city last clash

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Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney was fit enough to come off the bench at Selhurst Park on Friday after recovering from another knee injury, with Fabio Vieira, Emile Smith Rowe and Takehiro Tomiyasu – who featured for the Under-21s – all absent.

However, all three players have returned to senior training this week and could therefore apply for places in the squad this weekend, but Arteta is sure to only consider the trio for minutes from the substitutes’ bench, while Reiss Nelson has picked up a quadriceps injury and could be out for a couple of months.

Ben White performed admirably against Wilfried Zaha from his right-back role and could therefore earn another opportunity on that side, as Saliba has practically made himself undroppable already.

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With Saliba and Zinchenko providing some added steel to the Arsenal defence, the Gunners are well-placed to put another three points on the board this weekend, especially if Arteta has every single one of his players available.

Leicester’s inability to keep clean sheets on the road has been well-documented for over 12 months now, and we can envisage another two-goal success for Arteta’s side in front of their own fans.

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