Tunnel cam picks up Arsenal players’ jubilant reaction to win at Leicester

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Jubilant Arsenal stars can be seen celebrating their hard-fought victory away at Leicester in Tunnel Cam footage from the King Power on Saturday.

Mikel Arteta's men continued their purple patch by recording a 2-0 win over the Foxes at the weekend, with early goals from Gabriel and Emile Smith Rowe earning them the three points.

Gabriel broke the deadlock for the Gunners in the fifth minute, powering the ball home with the back of his head from a Bukayo Saka corner.

Smith Rowe then doubled their lead 13 minutes later when he pounced on a loose ball in the box and rifled it past Kasper Schmeichel.

Though while Gabriel and Smith Rowe's efforts essentially won the game for Arsenal, it was the goalkeeping heroics of Aaron Ramsdale which got them over the line when Leicester upped the ante in the second half.

The new Gunners No.1, who made one of the saves of the season to deny James Maddison's free-kick towards the end of the first half, produced a number of superb blocks from point-blank range to conserve his clean sheet after the interval.

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In the end Arsenal held firm for a much-deserved victory, extending their unbeaten run to seven league matches.

And after the win, Leicester's Tunnel Cam footage showed Gunners players reacting joyfully as they walked back to the changing room.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette first walk down the tunnel and let out a celebratory cheer, which some of their team-mates quickly copy.

The likes of Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Nicolas Pepe and Ramsdale are also all smiles as they head back to the changing room.

Despite the celebrations, Pepe still had time for a warm embrace with Arsenal legend Kolo Toure, who has spent close to three years working as a first-team coach for Leicester.

Arteta has turned Arsenal's fortunes around over the past three months, having started the season with three opening defeats against Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City.

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They have since picked up five victories in seven matches, beating Norwich, Burnley, arch-rivals Tottenham, Aston Villa and now Leicester while collecting draws against Brighton and Crystal Palace.

The north London club, who now sit only three points adrift of the top four down in sixth, are set to face Watford at the Emirates next Sunday.


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