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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 Man Utd 17 12 3 63
6 Arsenal 18 6 8 60
7 Everton 16 10 8 58
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Wenger blames referee for Alexis incident in defeat of Leicester

Arsenal and Leicester looked destined for a 0-0 draw until Robert Huth's unfortunate deflection put the ball in his own net.
Arsenal and Leicester looked destined for a 0-0 draw until Robert Huth's unfortunate deflection put the ball in his own net.
Arsene Wenger shares his thoughts on his side's win over Leicester and looks ahead to the North London derby this weekend.

LONDON -- Arsene Wenger has defended Alexis Sanchez for his late antics in Wednesday's 1-0 win over Leicester, blaming a controversial incident on the referee.

Sanchez was booked in injury time after he blocked Christian Fuchs from taking a throw-in twice and the Leicester player ended up throwing the ball straight at the Arsenal forward. The ball seemed to hit Sanchez on the shoulder, but the Chile international fell to the ground clutching his face.

It was unclear whether Sanchez was booked for...

Nacho Monreal, Arsenal fortunate to grab 'unconvincing' win vs. Leicester

Arsenal and Leicester looked destined for a 0-0 draw until Robert Huth's unfortunate deflection put the ball in his own net.
English Premier League: Nacho Monreal (86') Arsenal 1-0 Leicester City
English Premier League: Alexis Sanchez (45') Arsenal 0-0 Leicester City

As Premier League wins go, this will go down in the "unconvincing" column. Despite making changes to the team, Arsenal looked like a side that had spent a lot of energy at Wembley last Sunday.

Leicester had little ambition beyond defending, but the Gunners found it hard to make chances and break down what was an obdurate performance from the visitors. Sunday's match-winner, Alexis Sanchez, was wasteful; Mesut Ozil found it hard to get into the game; and Theo Walcott had one of those games where...