Unai Emery has made two changes to the side that beat Fulham last time out as Arsenal prepare to play hosts to Leicester City at the Emirates. The Foxes got their revenge last May with a 3-1 victory at the King Power Stadium.
While Arsenal were flat-footed from the off, the visitors started particularly brightly with Kelechi Iheanacho twice threatening in the opening exchanges.
'When Arsenal are not dominating games he's absent, ' he said.
Leicester were incensed from the resulting free-kick as referee Chris Kavanagh missed the ball clearly hit Holding on the hand as he cleared away from in front of Wilfried Ndidi.
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Here is our combined Arsenal and Leicester XI...
Bellerin just gets in over Ricardo for Leicester.
'It was looking early on in the season that Emery was not sure.
It took the Gabon striker less than two minutes to make the difference, sweeping home from close-range after Ozil's flawless pass allowed Bellerin to send in a low cross. With the Gunners on the ball in the attacking third, Ozil threaded an absolutely delicious through-ball for Bellerin that completely unlocked the Leicester City back line, and the Spaniard simply tapped across to substitute Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for the goal. It was truly a sensational team goal.
With games against Sporting Lisbon (Europa League), Crystal Palace (Premier League) and Blackpool (Carabao Cup) up next for Arsenal, attention will quickly turn to the arrival of Liverpool on November 3.