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13 August 2017, 04:09 | Myron Mathis
SKY SPORTSCharlie Nicholas says Anthony Martial will have to leave Manchester United
The striker, who the Gunners signed from Lyon for an initial fee of €53 million in the summer, finished clinically to put the hosts ahead after two minutes, expertly heading home Mohamed Elneny's cross.
Asked if there was any update on Sanchez's situation, Wenger replied: "No".
"We have to take the positives out of the game, we have gone toe-to-toe with Arsenal over 90 minutes and I don't think many teams will come here and do that. He has a big weight in the squad and it was a relief for me that he made a decision to stay". He also labelled the former Montpellier marksman as being "in his prime" and "at the top of his game".
"We were punished on every single mistake by a Leicester team that was very efficient going forward".
It's likely no one is more relieved with the result than Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who kept his job after missing an invite to the Champions League for the first time in his 21-year tenure with the club and months of non-stop shouts of "WENGER OUT" from supporters.
"I feel as well that the goals we conceded, we can work together to get rid of that because one was a ball we lost in the build-up and we conceded two goals on corners. We were quite good previous year on corners and overall I believe that with a bit of work we can get that out of the system", the French coach added.
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Shares Snap fell 1.94, or 14%, to 11.83 after the Snapchat parent reported earnings late Thursday that missed analyst forecasts. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 edged down almost 0.1 per cent to 5,760.90, while South Korea's Kospi fell 0.5 per cent to 2,357.84.