Sport: Leicester resists Arsenal

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After having led for a long time thanks to a goal from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the Gunners were tricked into letting themselves join at the end on a tie by Jamie Vardy. The fault with the expulsion of Eddie Nketiah, expelled without even having touched the sphere?

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Everything was going pretty well for Arsenal, in what seemed to be an ideal world. At home, the Gunners led against a top 4 team. On the smallest of margins, of course. But the three units were there, and they allowed them to make a good little deal in the standings. And then, patatras. A 21-year-old entered, and his inexperience earned him a red card. Unfortunately for him and his comrades, his training did not last in numerical inferiority. Leicester has indeed returned, and the locals have wasted two points. What drastically reduce their hopes for the European Cup ...

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Rain, rain and rain. What to remember more, in this first graying period? The tenure of Lacazette, the presence on the bench of Pépé? No, rather the opening of Aubameyang's score in the middle of the act. On an acceleration of Saka well launched by Ceballos, the Gabonese easily locates the path of the nets. 1-0, in favor of Arsenal.

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With this poor result, Leicester gives up the third position at Chelsea while leaving Manchester United too close to him (three units ahead, with a match more). The Foxes therefore have every interest in rebelling, against these Gunners who point to sixth place thanks to this possible victory. Vardy tries, Vardy crosses, Iheanacho scores ... but his equalization is refused for a small fault on Kolašinac, who can consider himself happy. Like all of its partners, in fact.

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Nketiah, the bad idea

As nothing moves when returning from the locker room, Rodgers quickly made some changes. Barnes for Ihenacho, Fuchs for Albrighton ... Without positive consequence, since it is Lacazette who finds the fault following a corner from Ceballos. Goal still canceled, for offside this time. Without shaking too much, Arteta also opts for replacements. The French striker gives way to Nketiah, for example. And there, it is the drama ...

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... Because several tens of seconds after its entry and without having had time to touch the least balloon, the hope is expelled due of a tackle at Justin's knee. Coincidence or not, Leicester begins to dominate, and Vardy - served by Gray, who entered a short while ago - equalizes five big minutes before the end of regular time. 1-1 final score, Arteta can savor her coaching.

Arsenal (3-4-3): Martínez - Mustafi, Luiz, Kolašinac - Bellerín, Ceballos (Torreira, 80th), Xhaka, Tierney - Saka (Willock, 72nd), Lacazette (Nketiah, 71st), Aubameyang (Maitland-Niles , 93e). Coach: Arteta.

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Leicester (4-4-2): Schmeichel - Bennett (Gray, 76th), Justin, Evans, Söyüncü - Pérez, Ndidi (Praet, 82nd), Tielemans, Albrighton - Iheanacho, Vardy. Coach: Rodgers.

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