Arsenal cements place in top four after professional performance against Leicester City
There are no teams in Premier League There is now a better form Arsenal. The Gunners are on a six-match unbeaten streak, winning each of their last five in the league.
This is a big change from the less convincing performances and results with which the club tied at the start of the season.
Mikel Arteta is currently trying to take the team to the next level. They proved their class with a professional performance against Leicester City on Sunday.
The Gunners proved to be superior to Brendan Rodgers’ side, with first-half goals from Thomas Partey and Alexandre Lacazette sealing a 2-0 win.
Arteta’s men shoot down the Fox
Although Leicester City had a chance, the Foxes were largely second as Arsenal dominated and created more good chances. The Gunners finished the game with eight shots on target while also hitting the post. On a personal level, Arteta’s players also show more desire than their opponents.
Thomas Partey is playing his best football since arriving at Emirates. His partnership with Granit Xhaka allows Arsenal’s attackers the freedom to wreak havoc on the other end.
Aaron Ramsdale was also in terrible form once again, making two incredible saves to deny Leicester. All in all, it was Arsenal’s professional performance and they deserved to win.
Gunners consolidate fourth place
Since Arsenal assumed 4th place in the Premier League, they have not looked back and have continued to achieve some impressive results. The Gunners’ win over Leicester City was another impressive result and it further cemented their fourth spot.
Arteta said after the game, quoted by Arsenal.com:
“I look at the table with the games we have left. We know where we are now but we have to look ahead. We have to look back at what we do, focus on our performance and prepare for the next game and that’s it. Because the rest is just conjecture. I’m not a great gambler, I’ve never been and I don’t want to gamble.”
The Gunners still have three games left in their hands, which gives them an edge over Manchester United and other top four opponents. All they need to do now is keep winning and a return to the Champions League has a chance. may come close.