Watch Full Highlight: Leicester City 1-3 Arsenal

Mikel Arteta’s men are continued to breathe fresh life into their season after an impressive 3-1 win against Leicester City at King Power stadium on Sunday afternoon.

The north London club came from behind to claim a deserved victory as David Luiz, Alexandre Lacazette and Nicolas Pepe netted for the visitor.

The host taken a lead through Youri Telemans, who allowed by Gunners defence to free run and drilled into the bottom corner across goalkeeper Bernd Leno.

The Foxes switched off from Willian’s free-kick and David Luiz pulled away from Timothy Castagne to power a header into the bottom corner.

It was a deserved leveller and the Gunners turned the game around in first-half stoppage time. Pepe’s shot struck Ndidi’s outstretched arm and, while referee Paul Tierney initially missed it, he gave the penalty after checking the monitor and Alexandre Lacazette, who made starting lineup against the Foxes this afternoon found the corner from 12 yards.

Sixth minutes after the break, Arsenal hit them the third goals as Nicolas Pepe and substitute Martin Odegaard combined on the edge of the area before Willian squeezed the ball past Kasper Schmeichel for the Ivorian to tap into an empty net

The Gunners are now just three points off Liverpool, who sit sixth, and boss Mikel Arteta had the luxury of resting Bukayo Saka as the Gunners built on Thursday’s Europa League win over Benfica, which sent them into the last 16.

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Source: Sportarena