The German playmaker then ran the show after the break as his stunning pass led to Bellerin teeing-up Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who finished from close range to make it 2-1 in the 63rd minute - just minutes after coming off the bench.
After succumbing to chastening defeats against Manchester City and Chelsea, Unai Emery's Arsenal tonight recorded their 10th successive defeat.
"It is not possible to have another decision other than a penalty and also it was another yellow card and sending off". To the Spaniard's credit, his double substitution on the hour changed the game completely as Arsenal were two goals clear within five minutes. Both were so good at producing magic on their own.
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"At the beginning of the second half we lost a lot of possession and we gave them the ball too easily which put us under pressure".
MF Granit Xhaka, 5 - A liability defensively and sloppy with the ball at times, but did well when filling in at left-back after Lichtsteiner was taken off. Arsenal need a lot more from the Switzerland global, who is keeping Aaron Ramsey out of the team. Specifically, they have repeatedly been slow to get going.
Leicester had a glorious chance to take the lead inside the first two minutes when Kelechi Iheanacho broke the offside trap before driving into the Arsenal box, but the Nigerian saw his strike deflected over by Rob Holding. Scored a well-taken goal, was directly involved in the second and got the assist for the third after masterminding a brilliant attack.
'He's the big name player, he's signed a huge contract, ' Carragher said, reflecting on the game.