With just 21 minutes into the game, the Arsenal skipper bagged his 20th goal of the season to give the Gunners the opener as he arrived late at the far post to turn home Saka’s inviting cross.
75th minute, the Gunners were reduced to 10 men. Within moments of coming on, Nketiah was given his marching orders for a rash foul on Justin.
Before Jamie Vardy scored to salvage a point for the visitors.
The Premier League’s top scorer made it 1-1 as he arrived late at the far post to turn home Gray’s cross.
There was a VAR check for a possible offside that rules in the Foxes’ favour.
The Foxes will be looking to secure all three points when they travel to relegation-battling Bournemouth on Sunday.
Meanwhile, it is the North London derby for Arsenal, who face Tottenham Hotspur in what could be a crucial showdown in the race to secure European football.