Leicester City shot stopper Kasper Schmeichel was on the receiving end of three conceded goals
as his team followed up the loss to Slavia Prague in the Europa League with another loss in the Premier League. Danish international goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel picked the ball out of his net on three occasions as Leicester City were beaten 3-1 at home by Arsenal despite the fact that they scored the first goal of the game. Leicester City midfielder YouriTielemans scored for his team in the opening minutes of the game with the Gunners. He robbed Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka of possession before he advanced onto the Gunners box without any form of opposition. Tielemans unleashed his shot into the back of the net to edge the Foxes ahead to the delight of Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel. Arsenal grew into the game but didn’t get their reward until the final six minutes of the game when they turned the match on its head. Brazilian defender David Luiz equalised for Arsenal on 39 minutes off the assist from compatriot Willian before Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was penalised for a foul on the box. Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette scored the penalty on the stroke of the halftime interval to give his team the lead ahead
of the second half. in courtesy the close range finish from the impressive NichArsenal continued where they had left off in the first half at the start of the second half and were rewarded with four minutes olas Pepe. Arsenal were able to close out the game at 3-1 without much problems to secure a place in the top half of the Premier League log. For Leicester City and their Denmark player Kasper Schmeichel, they were eliminated by Slavia Prague of Czech Republic on Thursday night in the Europa League after a 2-0 loss at home gave the Czech team a 2-0 aggregate win to move past the Foxes at the round of 32 and into the round of 16 of the competition. In the league, Leicester City stay in third place despite the defeat to Arsenal, who are up by one place to 10th
on the log.