Alexandre Lacazette made his debut for Arsenal against Sydney FC on Thursday and promptly got himself on the Arsenal scoresheet.

Arriving at the club this month, Arsenal wasted no time bundling him on to a plane to Australia. Coming on as a second half substitute with nine other players, he received a rapturous reception from the 80,000 fans in the stadium.

His goal was a clinical finish, demonstrating timing, patience and positioning, showing immediately the difference between him and Olivier Giroud. Yes, many say that the older Frenchman’s run created the space for Lacazette, but Stephen Bradley explains at length why that isn’t really what happened.

Compiled especially for Daily Cannon, enjoy his individual highlights from the game Down Under in the player below.

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