Lacazette is under pressure to make an immediate impact after Arsene Wenger splashed out 52 million pounds to sign the striker. REUTERS/Hannah McKay
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Alexandre Lacazette gave Arsenal an injury scare as the club's record signing limped off after scoring his first home goal in Sunday's 2-1 Emirates Cup defeat against Sevilla.With Arsenal due to face Chelsea in the Community Shield at Wembley on Aug. 6 before opening their Premier League campaign against Leicester City five days later, Wenger will be hoping Lacazette's injury is nothing serious.Steven N'Zonzi scored Sevilla's winning goal, but Arsenal finished top of the four-team group on goals scored to clinch the Emirates Cup for a fifth time.It was Lacazette's second goal for Arsenal after he opened his account in a preseason friendly against Sydney FC in Australia.
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