Arsenal made hard work of their opening day win against Leicester as two late goals secured a 4-3 win for the Gunners.

Alexandre Lacazette, on his Premier League debut, opened the scoring after two minutes. The forward latched onto a cross and powered a header into the bottom corner from 12-yards.

Leicester then turned on the accelerator as they scored twice – through Okazaki and Vardy – to turn the tables and lead 2-1.

Danny Welbeck was able to prod home an equaliser in the 45th minute as Sead Kolasinac squared him the ball from close range.

Jamie Vardy regained the lead for Leicester at the start of the season half as he found space in the box to head home a corner from reported Arsenal target Riyad Mahrez.

Substitutes Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud then sealed the win in fashion as they both scored with under ten minutes to play.

Here are four findings from the game…

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