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Parting Shots for Leicester 0-0 Arsenal: No goals, but Gunners stabilize in defense

A recap of match reports of Arsenal’s 0-0 draw away to Leicester City.

Leicester City v Arsenal - Premier League Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images

Welcome to another edition of Parting Shots, where we bring you recaps from around the Internets of Arsenal’s latest match, a goalless draw away to Leicester City.

Leicester City 0-0 Arsenal: At least we didn’t lose - The Short Fuse
"The end result was likely a fair one as Arsenal dominated much of the match and Leicester threatening late. Thankfully for Arsenal fans, it was a much more composed defensive effort, with Koscielny looking great and Holding holding his own with Vardy under clear instructions to target the youngster."

Match Recap - Leicester City 0-0 Arsenal - Fosse Posse
"Overall it was a much better display from the Foxes, far more energetic and similar to that of last season. Not to mention a solid point against a side that we failed to earn anything against last year. Despite that, it's a bitter feeling for Foxes fans as Mark Clattenburg has most definitely become the most hated man in Leicester."

Premier League: Dominant Arsenal lack the killer touch against Leicester -
"These counterattacking tactics are how the Foxes claimed an unlikely league title, but were not enough to break a winless run against Arsenal that now stretches to 20 games. "

Leicester City vs Arsenal match report: Blunt Gunners denied by spirited Foxes in drama-filled King Power stalemate | Premier League | Sport | The Independent
"With both sides registering much needed points on the board – avoiding early season crises for another week - perhaps neither will be too displeased with a share of the spoils."

Leicester 0-0 Arsenal - Match Report | Arsenal first team, ladies and academy results and fixtures | |
"The Gunners couldn't find a way through the stubborn home defence though, and needed a fine Cech save from Mahrez in injury time to earn a point. It all means Arsenal are still without a win after the opening two games of the season."