Photos: Alexis Sanchez scores but Arsenal held by Leicester

Arsenal are held to a 1-1 draw by Leicester City in the Premier League after Alexis Sánchez nets his first top-flight goal

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Alexis Sanchez’s first Premier League goal for Arsenal was not enough to earn his side victory as Leicester City battled to a deserved draw on Sunday.

Summer signing Sanchez netted from close range in the 20th minute after Yaya Sanogo had bundled the ball past keeper Kasper Schmeichel.

However, the Gunners’ lead lasted less than two minutes before Argentine Ulloa climbed above Laurent Koscielny to head in.

Sanogo spurned a series of chances to give his side the lead in the second half, while Jamie Vardy went close for the home side after the break.

The result left Arsenal on five points after three Premier League games and seventh in the Premier League table.

Newly-promoted Leicester City, meanwhile, moved up to 15th with their second point of the season.

Here are some of the best pictures from Sunday’s late kick-off.

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