Substitute Jamie Vardy’s late close range header was enough to secure victory for Leicester City at Arsenal’s home ground for the first time in 47 years on Sunday.
The win lifted Brendan Rogers’ side to fourth on 12 points in the English Premier League (EPL), while the Gunners stay in 10th place on nine after six games.
Arsenal were left ruing their failure to score in the first half hour when they pushed forward time and again.
They racked up 10 shots and six corner-kicks to Leicester City’s one and zero respectively.
The hosts had the ball in the net from a corner-kick in the fourth minute.
But replays showed at least three players offside as Alexandre Lacazette flicked it past goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel.
The hosts then almost scored when Kieran Tierney whipped in a cross which team captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang headed over.