Emery on verge of being sacked with fifth consecutive game without a win

Arsenal boss Unai Emery faced another loss as Leicester City won last night’s game 2-0.

Brendan Rogers arranged a rather attacking game whereas Emery chose the defensive approach last night. Both teams had some chances in the first half but neither could take on the chance and score.

Jamie Vardy, leagues leading goal scorer was the first to strike as he opened the scoreline with his 68th minute strike which was his eleventh of the season.

James Maddison scored Leicester’s second of the night minutes after Vardy’s opener. Arsenal were poorer in the second half with less attempts and creating chances. Leicester on the other hand was more dangerous and constantly attacking.

Arsenal last won a competitive match on October 25th which was a Europa league group stage game against Victoria whom they drew last Wednesday on the opposite fixture.

Unai Emery’s team has gone four matches without a win in the league. Media reports say, Arsenal board gave Unai one last chance to bring the team around, which was Leicester match away from home last night. Although, nothing concrete was said by the team about the future of the manager.