Arsenal vs Leicester City Premier League Final Results: Jesus & Martinelli Brilliant, The Gunners Win

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The 4-2 score is the final result of the match between Arsenal vs Leicester City in the Premier League on Saturday (13/8/2022) evening WIB – Arsenal’s Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus celebrates after scoring their second goal during the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium in London on 13 August 2022.

The 4-2 score was the final result of the match between Arsenal vs Leicester City in the English League on Saturday, (13/8/2022) night WIB.

Gabriel Jesus scored four goals for Arsenal, who scored a brace in the 23′ and 35′ minutes.

While the other two goals were created by the feet of Granit Xhaka (55′) and Gabriel Martinelli (75′).

Arsenal’s Brazil striker Gabriel Jesus (L) has a shot saved by Leicester City goalkeeper Danny Ward (R) during the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium in London on August 13, 2022.
Arsenal’s Brazil striker Gabriel Jesus (L) has a shot saved by Leicester City goalkeeper Danny Ward (R) during the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium in London on August 13, 2022.

Acting as the visitors, Leicester City scored a consolation goal in the match through own goals from Saliba (53′) and James Maddison (74′).

With the addition of three points, Arsenal moved up to 2nd place in the Premier League standings with a score of 6 points.

Mikel Arteta’s troops only lost on aggregate to Manchester City, who celebrated a goal against Bournemout with a score of 4-0.

The game

Both teams played cautiously in the early minutes of the game.

Arsenal, who acted as the host, tried to dismantle Leicester’s defense through foot to foot games.

However, the 5 defender scheme used by Brendan Rodgers made it difficult for the Gunners.

In minute 11 ‘ almost Leicester was able to break into Arsenal’s goal.

luckily, Ramsdale’s brilliant save was able to thwart Vardy’s shot.

Arsenal began to find their rhythm after 15 minutes of the game.

In the 16th minute Gabriel’s header threatens the Leicester goal.

luckily, the ball still bounced off the net, Danny Ward.

3 minutes later, it was Granit Xhaka’s turn to create a golden opportunity.

The midfielder’s header met Martinelli’s pass that hit the post.

Continue to attack, finally the goal the Gunners have been waiting for arrived at minute 22′.

It’s Gabriel Jesus.

The striker’s curling kick headed into the top right corner of the Leicester goal.

The score changed, Arsenal 1-0 Leicester City.

Left one empty makes Leicester hot.

Brendan Rodgers’ men tried to come out on the offensive.

However, the pressing carried out by the Gunners forced them to appear defensive.

Arsenal, who had a one-goal lead, reduced the intensity of their attacks.

Jesus came close to scoring his second goal of the night.

Unfortunately, the Brazilian’s header was still able to be countered by Fofana, who blocked it.

Two minutes later, 35′, finally Jesus was able to double the advantage of the Gunners.

Vardy, who tried to throw Martinelli’s corner ball, instead served Jesus, who was standing in an empty position.

With ease, the former Manchester City player broke into Leicester’s goal.

The score became 2-0 to the advantage of the Gunners.

In the remaining minutes, Arsenal continued to look for additional goals, but Ward’s slick performance made Jesus cs failed to score a third goal.

The score of 2-0 lasted until halftime.

Second round

In the second half, Leicester City immediately took the initiative to attack.

The result, in minute 53 ‘, Rodgers troops were able to reduce the gap.

Wilian Saliba, who tried to throw the ball, actually broke into his own net.

The score was changed to 2-1.

It didn’t take long for the Gunners to get back away.

A minute later, Granit Xhaka was able to register his name on the scoreboard receiving a spoiled pass from Gabriel Jesus.

Success in scoring goals makes Arsenal more comfortable playing.

Caring that the devil was already two goals ahead, Arteta’s troops kept pressing tight and didn’t let Leicester develop the game.

At 63 minutes; Leicester City did a counter strategy by including Denis Praet and the striker Patson Daka.

The two players came on to replace the underperforming Tielemans and Amartey.

Brendan Rodgers’ 3-5-2 scheme was changed to 4-3-3 to hunt for goals.

However, instead of scoring goals, the Leicester goal was repeatedly threatened.

Fortunately, Jesus kicks in the 66′ and 71′ minutes are still wide of the goal.

In the 73rd minute, the entry of Iheanacho immediately gave an instant impact for Peicester.

One direct assist he was able to donate to goals contributed by James Maddison.

The score was changed to 3-2.

Again the Gunners were able to immediately reply to Leicester’s goal.

If previously there was Granit Xhaka, now it’s Gabriel Martinelli’s turn.

The Brazilian’s left-footed shot went swiftly into the left corner of the Leicester goal which was guarded by Ward.

Arsenal back away 4-2.

In the last ten minutes, buying and selling attacks between the two teams presented.

However, there were no additional goals that could be created by Arsenal and Leicester City.

Until the game finished the score was 4-2 for Arsenal’s advantage to survive.

Lineup:

Arsenal

Ramsdale; Ben White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Partey, Xhaka, Odegaard; Saka, Jesus, Martineli.

Coach: Mikel Arteta

Leicester City

Wards; Amartey, Evans, Fofana; Castagne, Tielemans, Ndidi, Dewsbury, Justin; Maddison, Vardy.

Coach: Brendan Rodgers