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By Michael Emons

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    Leicester 2-0 Arsenal

    How can a front three of Aubameyang, Lacazette and Ozil create so little? Arsenal have just had the one shot on target.

    Don't forget, the former captain Granit Xhaka hasn't played since an angry altercation with the club's fans.

    Arsenal already 14 points behind leaders Liverpool.

    These are worrying times for Unai Emery and Arsenal on and off the field.

  2. YELLOW CARD - Bellerin (Arsenal)

    Leicester 2-0 Arsenal

    Hector Bellerin is shown a yellow for wiping out Jamie Vardy. Referee Chris Kavanagh let play go on but then went back to the Arsenal man, who was never going to get away with a blatant push on the Leicester striker.

    However, Vardy is needing treatment and looks to be in pain when the physio prods his right elbow.

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    Matt HCK Williams: This Arsenal team is as wet and woeful as this downpour. Divided, leaderless and lacking guts. Credit to Leicester for exploiting it.

    Nick Powell: Things are pretty bad at the moment but Emery needs to be given at least till the end of this season before we really know if his changes, both in terms of squad and style, have had a positive impact. You can't sack a manager every five mins and expect things to improve.

    SMS Message: We have a very talented squad at arsenal who are underperforming under Emery. I think most clubs would part way with the manager now but I worry our owners won't want to pay the compensation and will keep him in place until the summer..... from Dave
    Dave
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    Leicester 2-0 Arsenal

    "Are you Tottenham in disguise," chant the Leicester fans, in full taunting mode.

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    Leicester 2-0 Arsenal

    Every Leicester pass is getting the 'ole' treatment from the home fans. Rubbing salt in the Arsenal wounds.

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    Leicester 2-0 Arsenal

    Today shows why we haven't seen Mesut Ozil start many away league games for Arsenal. Anonymous.

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    Adam Salter: How can a team with so much firepower and talent look so blunt and act so passive? #TaxiForUnai #EmeryOut

    SMS Message: Heartbreaking to watch as an Arsenal fan. No passion, no concentration, no bite. So sad. The manager is clearly struggling to organise and motivate #emeryout from David in St. Albans
    David in St. Albans
    SMS Message: Wenger in? from Gareth from Guildford
    Gareth from Guildford
  8. SUBSTITUTION

    Leicester 2-0 Arsenal

    Joe Willock on for Lucas Torreira for Arsenal.

    Three goals in 10 minutes. It's a big ask for a 20-year-old.

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    Leicester 2-0 Arsenal

    A corner hits Matteo Guendouzi in the face and he has no idea where it has gone. Luckily for him, just past the post is the answer.

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    Leicester 2-0 Arsenal

    A brief chant of 'sacked in the morning' rings around the King Power Stadium aimed in the direction of Unai Emery. Are Arsenal any better now then they were under Arsene Wenger?

    Tell us your thoughts, via #bbcfootball

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    jonabula: Wow. What a goal. Keeper no chance.

    Thomas Goodchild: We didnt know how good we had it. Oh Arsene. I hope he enjoys Munich. #emeryout

    Callum: Can't wait for Arsenal Fan TV & chill.

  12. GOAL - Leicester 2-0 Arsenal

    James Maddison

    Leicester double their lead. Brendan Rodgers punches the air and has a huge smile on his face. Not hard to see why.

    It is another lovely goal from Leicester. Wilfried Ndidi is heavily involved in the build-up, he gives it to Jamie Vardy who sets it up perfectly for James Maddison and he strikes the ball through the legs of Hector Bellerin and into the bottom corner.

    That's one goal and an assist for Vardy today. Maddison makes it 2-0 and it looks a long way back for the Gunners.

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    Akhil Dhoot: This Leicester goal was just like Arsenal of old. How times have changed. Amazing one touch football, precise passing, beautiful football

    Frank Ideozu: The moves, the passes and of course the celebrations! LEICESTER FC rolling back the years!

    SMS Message: Bye bye Emery from Rich in Kent
    Rich in Kent
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    Leicester 1-0 Arsenal

    "We're all going on a European tour," is the chant around the King Power. They got into the Champions League quarter-finals in 2016-17 after winning the Premier League the season before.

    They could well be at European football's top table again next season.

  15. GREAT SAVE!

    Leicester 1-0 Arsenal

    Demarai Gray is allowed space to run at the Arsenal defence, he plays a one-two with Harvey Barnes then slides it to the free Jamie Vardy.

    Vardy has just had one goal and strikes the ball beautifully, but is denied a second goal by a fine save by Bernd Leno. The goalkeeper has just kept Arsenal in this one.

  16. Relief and joy as Vardy scores

    Leicester 1-0 Arsenal

    Gary Rose

    BBC Sport at King Power Stadium

    The rain is pouring, the air is icy cold but the Leicester fans don't care as the King Power Stadium erupts after that goal.

    It was as much in relief as joy because this was starting to look like being an off day for the flying Foxes but with Jamie Vardy in their ranks they are always a danger.

    The home fans are now urging on their team for more goals. They want Arsenal to be put to the sword.

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    Leicester 1-0 Arsenal

    Leicester are heading second as things stand. What a job Brendan Rodgers is doing.

  18. GOAL - Leicester 1-0 Arsenal

    Jamie Vardy

    A beautiful Leicester move. Harvey Barnes with an intelligent backheel, that finds Youri Tielemans and his low cross is swept home by Jamie Vardy with an excellent finish from inside the penalty area.

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    Leicester 0-0 Arsenal

    Substitute Demarai Gray looks to make an instant impact, cutting in from the right wing and shooting low at goal.

    But Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno, in tricky conditions, shows some good handling skills by holding on to that one.

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    Leicester 0-0 Arsenal

    Ricardo Pereira tries to play a one-two with Harvey Barnes, who appeals for a handball, saying the ball hit the arm of Matteo Guendouzi.

    "VAR, VAR, VAR," is the chant from the home fans but VAR says no.