Mikel Arteta press conference: Praises 'evolving' Arsenal after 3-2 win over Leicester

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TOM COLLOMOSSE AT THE KING POWER STADIUM: Mikel Arteta says he dislikes looking at the Premier League table but if his team keep playing like this, the Arsenal manager will find himself checking it far more regularly. On a day another of Leicester's young English players, Harvey Barnes, was carried off on a stretcher with his legs in a brace, Arsenal were able to leave their brightest star Bukayo Saka out of the starting line-up along with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and still record a hugely impressive victory - less than 72 hours after knocking Benfica out of the Europa League in Athens. Youri Tielemans' early strike put the Gunners on the back foot but they responded superbly and were ahead at the break through David Luiz's header and Alexandre Lacazette's penalty. The outstanding Nicolas Pepe increased the advantage seven minutes after half-time, condemning Leicester to their sixth home defeat of the campaign in the league, and their second in four days after Slavia Prague's win here in the Europa League last Thursday.

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