Luck teams up with Arteta

Arsenal pulled the fortune that it lacked in some sections of the previous season to eliminate Leicester


It was too early, the round of 32 of the English League Cup, for a match like this, but, faced with the traffic jam, Mikel Arteta's Arsenal pulled the luck that it lacked in some sections of the previous season to eliminate to Leicester. The Foxes, who continue to prove to be a more than reliable team led by Brendan Rodgers, have swept their league start, but were unable to beat some very well organized gunners.The goal, however, had to come thanks to the fortune that accompanied Pépé, who went toe-to-toe with Ward to throw the ball against the post. The shot, which was thrown from the goal, nevertheless found Fuchs' leg, which pushed him to the back of the net. An own goal that served for the Londoners to go to the next round of the competition, where they will play against the winner of Liverpool-Lincoln, team of Second B.

In the closing stages Dani Ceballos jumped onto the pitch on one side and Ayoze on the other, but it was the canary who came closest to scoring, which could have led to the equalizer. However, another of the Spanish changes, Héctor Bellerín, was in charge of making the play within the area that ended with the final goal from Nketiah to sentence the tie.

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