On the journey home from the game on Monday night, I was following the fall out from the game and the main discussion point was surrounding Rob Holding and a blatant handball in the area.
If given if would have meant a penalty to Leicester and surely a second yellow card for the Arsenal centre back.
Whilst it was a hand ball, it should not have been a penalty.
Everyone is focusing on what Rob Holding did, and not what the Leicester City player did in the lead up when jumping.
In the above still, it is clear and obvious that the Leicester player has his arm on the shoulder of Rob Holding.
The ball is not yet in frame, and the Leicester player has his arm across Holdings neck.
This in turn pulls Holding towards the Leicester player. His arm then bounces off the head of his opponent and towards the ball.
This is an obvious foul. And it is the weight he puts on Holding that unbalances him in the air, causing him to make contact with the ball with his hand.
Arsenal have been linked with the young Leicester left back for a few uses now. He turns 22 in December and his progress from potential to starter has been a little slower than expected.
But against Arsenal, he showed everything he needs to become a full back in Islington.
Quick in attack and capable of putting in a good ball – no Premier League player has put in more crosses this season – he can also defend.
If Monday night was a trial for him to show what he can do, he passes with flying colours.
Would not be upset if he was on our left flank next season.
Talking about full backs, Hector Bellerin has returned to form on the other wing.
Yes, he was caught on his heels a little bit for their first goal. With him being very unlucky with the deflection. But he has looked more solid in recent games.
And that comes down to Alex Iwobi playing ahead of him.
Bellerin at the back looks a different player with a winger in front of him.
More space when going forward, and cover when he is defending.
No longer constantly left in 2 on 1 situations.
Iwobi has grown into the right wing to the point where he is now first choice winger.
Pace, strength and skill put there. Also puts a shift in, covering his full back.
With Reiss Nelson doing bits in Germany, our right flank looks solid for a few years to come