- Leicester City vs Arsenal's Premier League encounter ended 3-0 in favor of the hosts
- The defeat has now destroyed Arsenal's hopes of making the top four at the end of season
- Youri Tielemans and Vardy scored the three goals that condemned the Gunners to a defeat
Arsenal on Sunday, April 28, continued with their poor performance this season in the Premier League losing 3-0 against Leicester City.
A win was what Arsenal needed so as to keep their hopes alive in the fight to finish among the top four teams, but the Gunners missed the chance.
They even played almost 50 minutes of the encounter with ten men after Ainsley Niles was red carded in the 36th minute for a bad challenge on James Maddison.
Leicester City had the first chance to score in this game through Harry Maguire who was set up by Wilfred Ndidi in the 7th minute, but he was unable to beat goalkeeper Bernd Leno.
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Four minutes later, Lucas Torreira would have himself to blame for not scoring after receiving a nice pass from Xhaka.
The first half however ended with both sides unable to find the back of the net at the King Power Stadium.
Leicester City scored their goal in the 59th minute through Youri Tielemans who benefited from an excellent cross by James Maddison.
Arsenal tried all they could to restore parity before Jamie Vardy scored the winner for Leicester City in the 86th and 90th minute for the match to end 3-0.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Arsenal defenders were regarded as the most error-prone out of all the teams in the Premier League this season.
The Gunners were disastrous in their 3-1 defeat to Wolves at the Molineux which have further dented their top four hopes.
A win would have lifted the north London side into fourth place on the table but suffered their seventh away loss of the season.
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