Martin Keown sends message to Arsenal fans about Alexandre Lacazette

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For Arsenal's part, it wasn't helping that Kasper Schmeichel was at that point meeting every test in a way that the home defence was not, blocking an Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain shot at one moment and then denying Lacazette the next.

Olivier Giroud was delighted to prove Arsenal's matchwinner in their opening night thriller against Leicester City.

"People might say he had better players around him but let's not forget that Leicester won the league two years ago". While Lacazette has started with an impressive performance in the Community Shield match, Kolasinac went a step further to score the all-important equaliser leading to the Arsenal win in the Community Shield.

When Alexandre Lacazette, Arsenal's new forward, netted the season's very first goal in the second minute of the game, the tone of the game looked set.

Shakespeare praised Vardy, as well Harry Maguire after the close-season recruit from Hull City turned in an all-action debut from centre-back.

Obviously, with this being the first game of the season, Arsenal is going to be top of the table for at least the next 12 or so hours until the rest of the Premier League plays on Saturday.

It's good to have the Premier League back, eh?

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It's little wonder some of Europe's elite might look to poach the Chile worldwide after Arsenal finished fifth in the Premier League last season. 'To come away to the Emirates, score three goals but concede four is disappointing especially as a defender.

Jamie Vardy scored to put Leicester ahead just before the half-four mark after a cross from Marc Albrighton, while the bad Leicester centre-back (at least on this day) allowed Danny Welbeck to equalize.

"However, it's the Man City situation that's the concern and we've seen it all before with Robin van Persie's move to Manchester United".

Over 80 minutes down and Leicester leading by a goal, it looked as if Arsenal was facing a crushing defeat, but Aaron Ramsey's 84th minute goal spun the mood of the stadium on its head.

A crossfield ball found Hector Bellerin on the right, with the full-back playing the ball back to Mohamed Elneny, who floated in a first-time cross.

"It's impossible to keep them happy when strikers don't play".