Arsène Wenger praises match-winner Olivier Giroud for staying at Arsenal

Arsène Wenger praises match-winner Olivier Giroud for staying at Arsenal

Arsène Wenger praises match-winner Olivier Giroud for staying at Arsenal

However, Arsenal's makeshift back three of Sead Kolasinac, Nacho Monreal and Rob Holding failed to stop Shinji Okazaki equalising just two minutes later.

Wenger revealed after Friday's win that Giroud, who has scored 97 goals in 231 appearances since joining from Montpellier in 2012, could have left the Gunners this summer.

Arsenal had to come from behind twice to beat Leicester City 4-3 in a thriller as the Premier League season got off to a flying start on Friday with Arsene Wenger's substitutions turning the match around at The Emirates.

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After Aaron Ramsey leveled in the 83rd minute, Giroud sealed the three points within two minutes on an evening of thrilling attacks gifted by fragile defending. It's interesting. Let's say the referee tends to let play continue. and you only really understand that when you experience it. Not only as a player, he's a fantastic player but as well in the group.

West Ham, Everton and Marseille were all keen to sign the 30-year-old following the arrival of Lacazette from Lyon.

Asked if Giroud could still leave before the transfer window closes on August 31 until January, Wenger replied: "No". Giroud is in his prime, at the top of his game. He doesn't want to leave and I'm happy that he wants to stay. "So overall I think he adapts slowly to the way we want to play and is a collective player and an intelligent player as well".

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"We have got a tough first run but we now can take a lot of confidence from this game, knowing we can go to the big teams and put on a performance and hopefully in the coming games we get that bit of luck and turn the positive performance into good points".

Leicester showed some of the form that won them the title in 2016 and helped stave off relegation last term but in the end they were undone by canny France global Giroud who has been linked with a move away from Arsenal all summer. "We were quite good a year ago on corners and overall I believe that with a bit of work we can get that out of the system".

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