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Olivier Giroud opened the scoring for Arsenal in a comfortable victory - but did was he the man of the match in numerical terms?

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Arsenal and Liverpool 'transfer target' Keylor Navas will not leave Real Madrid

Goalkeeper has been linked with move to the Premier League

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Theo Walcott celebrates his goal for Arsenal
Theo Walcott celebrates for Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Theo Walcott all start for Arsenal against Leicester City...the internet erupts

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Alexis Sanchez has proved a wonderful signing for Arsenal and Arsène Wenger

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Premier League will today announce who has won the broadcasting rights for the 2016/17 season through to the end of the 2018/19 season

Harry Kane, Guillermo Ochoa, Nabil Fekir and Raheem Sterling

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Chilean star will return to the team for the match against Leicester City

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