On Sunday night local time, Arsenal at home lost to Leicester City 0-1 in the sixth round of the Premier League, and suffered a two-game losing streak in the Premier League. This is Leicester City's first away win against the Gunners in the history of the Premier League.
Arsenal had an absolute advantage in the first half, and Vardy came off the bench to win in the second half. In the end, the Gunners did not save the defeat.
In the history of the Premier League battle between the two sides, the Gunners had the upper hand in 29 games with 16 wins, 8 draws and 5 losses, 15 of which were home games with 12 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss in this game. In all competitions, the last time Leicester City defeated Arsenal in an away game dates back to September 1973. With tonight's victory, the Blue Fox ended the record of 27 consecutive games without the Gunners.
Before this round, the two teams had a total of 9 points. With Leicester City's first away win over the Gunners in the history of a Premier League squadron, all three points were taken, widening the gap in the standings.