How did Twitter react to Arsenal versus Leicester goal fest?

Allan Goodman
August 19, 2017

Olivier Giroud insisted Arsenal never gave up hope of staging a dramatic fightback as the France striker's late victor capped a thrilling 4-3 victory over Leicester in Friday's Premier League opener. "We have to improve in this respect and we must pay attention to think there is the rest of the game to do our best".

The home side were badly exposed by the pace of Jamie Vardy as Arsenal were forced to come from behind twice to secure three points despite Lacazette giving the hosts a second-minute lead.

He explained: 'It was bitterly disappointing after leading 3-2 up with 10 minutes to go, but it was one of those games, end to end, where there were lots of chances for both teams and we didn't get the results we wanted.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger expressed "relief" over Olivier Giroud's decision to stay after the France striker earned his side a breathless 4-3 win against Leicester City.

The Ramsey-Giroud rescue act spared Arsenal from a fourth season-opening defeat in five campaigns and enabled Wenger to start the season with victory for only the second time in eight years. The Gunners made it clear they have no intention of selling their #Star Player, but that could change if he refuses to sign.

"Going forward and character wise we have been great".

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'The goals we conceded were hard to take.

"It's impossible to keep them happy when strikers don't play". "He is a fantastic guy as well - committed, he loves the club".

Arsenal's defending was shaky throughout as Wenger's back three left goalkeeper Petr Cech exposed time and again.

'I'm sure he will be delighted to get off the mark. At the moment, negotiations are going on, but it appears as if both club and player are having a hard time coming to a new deal.

Arsenal beat the Foxes 4-3 in a topsy-turvy Friday night game, having trailed 2-1 and 3-2 at the Emirates Stadium.

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