Giroud Rescues Arsenal on Premier League Opening

Substitute Oliver Giroud put the last addresses an exciting rebound win for Arsenal as they beat Leicester City 4-3 on the opening night of the new Premier League season. 

It's just the second time in eight seasons that Arsene Wenger's side have secured three focuses in their opening apparatus. 

The match appeared to be following the ordinary content as the Gunners trailed the guests 3-2, until Aaron Ramsey leveled things up with seven minutes on the clock, before Giroud fixed the three focuses in the 88th moment with a loud header. 

It conveyed a conclusion to a glimmering round of football that was set apart by delicate guarding and exciting assaults. 

Record marking Alexander Lacazette opened his record inside two minutes of the commence, however the house side's lead was very quickly rubbed out as Shinji Okazaki leveled minutes after the fact before Jamie Vardy put the guests in front after thirty minutes. 

In spite of a Danny Wellbeck leveler on the stroke of halftime, the Emirates Stadium swarm was becoming progressively on edge and, when Vardy scored his second with 40 minutes to play, they more likely than not dreaded the most exceedingly bad. 

In any case, Leicester couldn't avoid a steady last 15 minutes from Wenger's side, and Giroud's win was a brutal hit to a side that had offered such a great amount to a thrilling a hour and a half.

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