Five observations from the King Power Stadium.
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Arsenal endured a frustrating afternoon at the King Power Stadium, after a well-drilled Leicester City unit earned a well deserved point after an entertaining 1-1 draw in the East Midlands.
Alexis Sanchez bagged his first Premier League goal for the Gunners in the first half, but a towering header from Leonardo Ulloa just two minutes later was enough to earn a point for the Foxes, maintaining their unbeaten start on home turf.
Here are five things we took from the clash:
Arsenal really need to sign a striker
It may seem obvious to everyone – but Arsenal really need to look into replacing the stricken Olivier Giroud with a new buy on transfer deadline day tomorrow. Youngster Yaya Sanogo toiled upfront in the Leicestershire sun and got little change out of the impressive Wes Morgan and Liam Moore, whilst Sanchez looked more impressive playing in a deeper role – which, surely, is all of the evidence needed to convince Wenger to bring in one more player tomorrow.