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Watford 1-3 Arsenal: Alexis Sanchez on fire as Gunners stroll to victory

Alexis Sanchez scored one and set up two as Arsenal’s scintillating first-half performance blew Watford away at Vicorage Road.

The Gunners may have made an atrocious choice of kit by… 224 more words


Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez sets up Instagram account for his dogs Atom and Humber

Dog is a man’s best friend, or so the old saying goes, but Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez has taken that friendship up a level.

The Chilean forward has not enjoyed the best of starts to the new Premier League season, with the Gunners taking just one point from their first two games and with Sanchez himself struggling to find find form in an unfamiliar role up front. 246 more words


A clean sheet but no cutting edge

After conceding four last week to Liverpool, a clean sheet away to the Champions was incredibly welcome. The defending from the Gunners was solid, composed and effective against the pacy Leicester City front-line with the returning Laurent Koscielny putting in a superb showing. 750 more words


Leicester 0-0 Arsenal: Eksperimen dan Komentar Wenger: 0

Selama mengarungi kiprah di perhelatan EPL, Leicester telah bertemu Arsenal sebanyak 20 kali. Dari seluruh laga itu mereka hanya mampu mendulang 9 poin, yang berarti sebanyak 17 laga mereka akhiri dengan menuai kekalahan. 1,626 more words

Match Preview & Review

Match Report | Leicester City v Arsenal

Leicester City 0-0 Arsenal

Premier League | King Power Stadium | Referee: Mark Clattenburg | 20.08.16

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It was a game that failed to excite and capture the imagination. 1,196 more words


Leicester City vs Arsenal: Match report

Leicester City and Arsenal played out a tense 0-0 draw leaving both teams still searching for their first win of the season. Mark Clattenburg was the centre of attention at full time after failing to award a penalty to Ahmed Musa after Hector Bellerin fouled the striker in the box. 703 more words


A Pain That He's Used To

It’s not getting better, is it? Wenger’s last couple years were marred by constipation failure.

Arsène Wenger has a problem. For the third time in the last four years, his team has been defeated in the opening fixture of Premier League – and it all happened again at Emirates, in front of over sixty thousand people – most of which being the success-starved, impatient and overly zealous supporters of the home side. 1,700 more words