After Aaron Ramsey levelled in the 83rd minute, Giroud sealed the three points within two minutes on an evening of thrilling attacks gifted by fragile defending. "They have some good players too".
It's official. Everton won't be getting to sign Arsenal's Olivier Giroud this summer, as Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the French global striker has chose to stay. Slack zonal marking allowed Jamie Vardy to make it 3-2.
Arsenal shipped three goals but were without arguably three of their first-choice defenders as Per Mertesacker, Laurent Koscielny and Shkodran Mustafi all sat out due to a combination of fitness and suspension. It remains to be seen how much Per Mertesacker will contribute while the swelling on his forehead goes down, as well.
Five minutes added time can Arsenal hold on or Leicester will get a share of the spoils at the Emirates?? However, Leicester could prove to be tough opposition, especially if Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are out, as expected.
"Yes. Because look at what City have done".
There is no excusing the way Craig Shakespeare's men collapsed late in the game to have victory snatched away from them as they left north London empty handed.
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After two straight opening day defeats, and a series of failures in the league, this really is no-more-excuses time for Wenger, who, amidst much objection, signed a new two-year contract.
The 26-year-old Frenchman averaged a goal every 80 minutes during his Ligue 1 career with Lyon and he's started in fine style.
'Tonight we needed this win, everyone knows the importance of the first game for confidence. If Alexandre Lacazette can handle the workload, Arsenal should be fine against a lesser opponent.
"Every manager's nightmare is to lose players in the last 24 hours or on the day of the window (closing) and you can't get replacements in", Shakespeare told reporters of the August 31 transfer deadline day.
It seemed like both teams were itching to get on the pitch to score goals.
Arsenal fans had little time to celebrate.