Chelsea's Alvaro Morata misses a penalty during the penalty shootout REUTERS/Darren Staples
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Arsenal warmed up for the new Premier League season by winning the Community Shield Sunday with a 4-1 penalty shootout victory over Chelsea after a 1-1 draw. Here AFP Sport looks at five things learned from the Wembley clash: LACAZETTE LACKS PUNCH Signed to add a cutting edge to Arsenal's collection of gifted but often punchless playmakers, Alexandre Lacazette produced a worryingly anonymous display in his first big test since his 46.5 million pound ($60.6 million) move from Lyon. Lacazette hit 37 goals in 45 games last season, but there were few signs of that penalty box prowess at Wembley. Batshuayi made virtually no impact on the Arsenal defense, strengthening the impression that the 23-year-old, who scored only nine goals last season, has yet to come to terms with English football.
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