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Granit Xhaka was highly impressive in Arsenal draw with the reigning Premier League champions Leicester City.
The Switzerland international was according to reports from Opta [via HITC Sport] was impressive form on his full Premier League debut as the draw with the Foxes this weekend.
The north London club travelled to the King Power stadium on Saturday afternoon with the hope to bounce back from the demoralizing loss to Liverpool on the opening match that ended 4-3.
The manager Arsene Wenger has reportedly decided to make changes for the game, he brought in Xhaka into his midfield after coming in for criticism by leaving the Swiss on the bench last week.
Moreover, the Swiss star balanced his selection with a solid 73-minute displays in which he posted a number of impressive stats for the Gunners. Xhaka managed 87 touches in total, with just one of those proving to be an unsuccessful one.
He was solid in defence, winning one tackle, two interceptions and posting a huge nine ball recoveries.
That theme continued with him also managing to win possession in the midfield third on six separate occasions.
At the end, Xhaka had a solid pass as he managed 58 accurate passes throughout and enjoyed an overall passing success of 79% in a show that will have the north London club fans demanding he be a regular starter this season.