Highlights : Arsenal 3 – 1 Leicester City (Premier League)

Arsenal 3 – 1 Leicester City Football  Highlights  
(Premier League) 
Venue : Emirates Stadium 
22/10/2018 
Arsenal Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Mesut Ozil against Leicester
Arsenal recover from an early deficit to defeat Leicester City with a 3 – 1 victory, at the Emirates Stadium, thanks to a brace from Aubameyang. 
The will catapults them into the UEFA Qualification mix, high up in the premier League table with 21 points after week 9.

Goals (3 – 1) And Cards

🌕17′ Rob Holding
⚽31′ 0 – 1 (o.g.) Hector Bellerin
🌕35′ Granit Xhaka
⚽45′ Mesut Ozil 1 – 1
⚽63′ Pierre-Emerick Auba… 2 – 1
🌕64′ Marc Albrighton
🌕65′ Ricardo Pereira
⚽66′ Pierre-Emerick Auba… 3 – 1


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Player Ratings

Arsenal  : Leno (6), Bellerin (7), Mustafi (6), Holding (6), Lichtsteiner (6), Mkhitaryan (6), Torreira (7), Xhaka (6), Ozil (8), Iwobi (7), Lacazette (6)
Subs: Guendouzi (6), Aubameyang (8), Ramsey (5)
Leicester City   : Schmeichel (5), Amartey (5), Evans (5), Maguire (5), Chilwell (6), Pereira (5), Mendy (5), Ndidi (6), Maddison (5), Iheanacho (6), Vardy (5)
Subs: Albrighton (5), Ghezzal (5), Okazaki (5)

Man Of The Match :   Mesut Ozil 

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Arsenal have won 10 consecutive matches in all competitions for the first time since October 2007 (a run of 12).

In all competitions, Leicester are winless in their last 26 visits to Arsenal (P26 W0 D6 L20) since winning 2-0 in the top-flight in September 1973.

Leicester are winless in their last eight Premier League away games in London (D3 L5), losing the last three in a row.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been directly involved in 21 goals in his 22 Premier League games for Arsenal (16 goals, 5 assists).

Arsenal have scored more Premier League goals via substitutes this season than any other team (6).

Mesut Ozil became the highest scoring German player in Premier League history (30 goals).

Mesut Ozil has scored three goals in his last four Premier League appearances, as many as he bagged in his previous 22 in the competition.

Hector Bellerin scored his first own goal in the Premier League in what was his 133rd appearance in the competition. The Spanish defender also provided two assists in a PL game for the fourth time in his career.

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