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Julien Guerrier, France 67-68—135
Callum Shinkwin, England 69-68—137
Johannes Veerman, United States 69-68—137
Marcus Armitage, England 68-70—138
Thomas Detry, Belgium 72-66—138
Espen Kofstad, Norway 70-68—138
Jack Senior, England 71-67—138
Ewen Ferguson, Scotland 68-71—139
Mikko Korhonen, Finland 68-71—139
Dale Whitnell, England 67-72—139
Nacho Elvira, Spain 70-70—140
Gregory Havret, France 71-69—140
Jazz Janewattananond, Thailand 70-70—140
Frederic Lacroix, France 70-70—140
Ross McGowan, England 71-69—140
Haydn Porteous, South Africa 70-70—140
Connor Syme, Scotland 67-73—140
Paul Dunne, Ireland 70-71—141
Marcus Helligkilde, Denmark 71-70—141
Thorbjorn Olesen, Denmark 72-69—141
Renato Paratore, Italy 70-71—141
Andy Sullivan, England 74-67—141
Matthew Baldwin, England 72-70—142
Ivan Cantero Gutierrez, Spain 68-74—142
Eddie Pepperell, England 68-74—142
Lee Slattery, England 70-72—142
Chris Wood, England 71-71—142
Lucas Bjerregaard, Denmark 71-72—143
John Catlin, United States 70-73—143
Ashley Chesters, England 72-71—143
Louis De Jager, South Africa 70-73—143
David Dixon, England 70-73—143
Bryce Easton, South Africa 73-70—143
Lorenzo Gagli, Italy 72-71—143
Tom Gandy, Isle Of Man 73-70—143
Alfredo Garcia-Heredia, Spain 69-74—143
Daan Huizing, Netherlands 70-73—143
Garrick Porteous, England 69-74—143
Jacques Blaauw, South Africa 74-70—144
Josh Geary, New Zealand 72-72—144
Joachim B.
Hansen, Denmark
71-73—144
Daniel Hillier, New Zealand 72-72—144
David Howell, England 73-71—144
Anton Karlsson, Sweden 70-74—144
Maximilian Kieffer, Germany 68-76—144
Francesco Laporta, Italy 70-74—144
Richard Mansell, England 70-74—144
Robert Rock, England 70-74—144
Ricardo Santos, Portugal 71-73—144
Jon Thomson, England 73-71—144
Paul Waring, England 74-70—144
Jeff Winther, Denmark 72-72—144
Pep Angles, Spain 70-75—145
Bobby Bai, China 75-70—145
Jorge Campillo, Spain 70-75—145
Jens Dantorp, Sweden 71-74—145
Oliver Farr, Wales 72-73—145
Greig Hutcheon, Scotland 71-74—145
Rikard Karlberg, Sweden 71-74—145
Niall Kearney, Ireland 72-73—145
Stuart Manley, Wales 74-71—145
Alfie Plant, England 71-74—145
Henric Sturehed, Sweden 72-73—145
Barclay Brown, England 79-67—146
Darren Fichardt, South Africa 69-77—146
Ross Fisher, England 71-75—146
Stephen Gallacher, Scotland 74-72—146
Chase Hanna, United States 75-71—146
David Law, Scotland 72-74—146
Dimi Papadatos, Australia 70-76—146
Matthias Schmid, Germany 75-71—146
Aaron Cockerill, Canada 73-74—147
Jamie Donaldson, Wales 75-72—147
Oliver Fisher, England 74-73—147
Jake McLeod, Australia 76-71—147
Damien Perrier, France 72-75—147
Tapio Pulkkanen, Finland 73-74—147
Alvaro Quiros, Spain 72-75—147
Kristoffer Broberg, Sweden 76-72—148
Steven Brown, England 71-77—148
Jonathan Caldwell, Northern Ireland 74-74—148
Jack Davidson, Wales 71-77—148
Stephen Dodd, Wales 73-75—148
Philip Eriksson, Sweden 79-69—148
Grant Forrest, Scotland 73-75—148
Craig Howie, Scotland 72-76—148
Hurly Long, Germany 77-71—148
Edoardo Molinari, Italy 75-73—148
James Morrison, England 73-75—148
Zach Murray, Australia 71-77—148
JC Ritchie, South Africa 71-77—148
Jordan L. Smith, England 74-74—148
Brandon Stone, South Africa 74-74—148
Maverick Antcliff, Australia 71-77—148
Sean Crocker, United States 74-75—149
Ben Evans, England 73-76—149
Daniel Gavins, England 74-75—149
Luke Harries, Wales 72-77—149
Raphael Jacquelin, France 75-74—149
Chris Paisley, England 75-74—149
Stephen Stallings Jr., United States 75-74—149
Joel Stalter, France 74-75—149
Julian Suri, United States 72-77—149
Jordan Wrisdale, England 79-70—149
Filippo Celli, Italy 76-74—150
David Drysdale, Scotland 72-78—150
Sam Hutsby, England 75-75—150
Matthew Jordan, England 75-75—150
Soren Kjeldsen, Denmark 72-78—150
Niklas Lemke, Sweden 73-77—150
Hugo Leon, Chile 71-79—150
Richard McEvoy, England 76-74—150
Phillip Price, Wales 73-77—150
Cormac Sharvin, Northern Ireland 80-70—150
Marcel Siem, Germany 74-76—150
Andrew Wilson, England 74-76—150
Oliver Bekker, South Africa 74-77—151
Dave Coupland, England 78-73—151
Benjamin Hebert, France 77-74—151
Elvis Smylie, Australia 76-75—151
Jesper Svensson, Sweden 72-79—151
Oliver Wilson, England 76-75—151
Nicolas Colsaerts, Belgium 78-74—152
Jens Fahrbring, Sweden 76-76—152
Scott Hend, Australia 76-76—152
Niklas Norgaard Moller, Denmark 81-71—152
Robin Petersson, Sweden 79-73—152
Marc Warren, Scotland 78-74—152
Romain Wattel, France 75-77—152
Ricardo Gouveia, Portugal 71-82—153
Angel Hidalgo, Spain 76-77—153
Wilco Nienaber, South Africa 74-79—153
Pedro Oriol, Spain 78-75—153
Lorenzo Scalise, Italy 78-75—153
James Ashfield, Wales 73-81—154
Austin Bautista, Australia 73-81—154
Adam Keogh, England 74-80—154
Jacques Kruyswijk, South Africa 73-81—154
Hui-Lin Zhang, China 79-75—154
Gregory Bourdy, France 81-74—155
Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez, Spain 76-79—155
Archie Davies, Wales 79-77—156
Michael Farrier-Twist, England 80-76—156
Tyler Koivisto, United States 79-77—156
Jack Singh Brar, England 79-77—156
Lindsay Renolds, Canada 77-80—157
Oliver Hundeboll Jorgensen, Denmark 76-82—158
Carlos Pigem, Spain 84-77—161
Joel Sjoholm, Sweden 85-76—161
Lee Rooke, Wales 87-88—175
Matthew Southgate, England 71-WD
Matt Ford, England 71-WD
Graeme Storm, England 72-WD
Marcel Schneider, Germany 70-WD
Victor Dubuisson, France 73-WD
Nicolai Von Dellingshausen, Germany 75-WD

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Fans are all saying the same thing after Gabriel Jesus scores first goal of season with wonder strike against Leicester

GABRIEL JESUS has scored his first Premier League goal for Arsenal, and fans are going crazy for it.

The Brazil international, 25, broke the deadlock just 23 minutes into the game against Leicester.

2Jesus scored his first Premier League goal in superb styleCredit: Rex 2Jesus doubled Arsenal's lead shortly afterCredit: AFP

He started the attack, picking the ball up on the left before cutting inside past Johnny Evans and setting it through to Gabriel Martinelli.

The winger then passed it to Granit Xhaka, who sent it back to Jesus in the penalty area.

Jesus then stunned his teammates as he lobbed the ball over goalkeeper Danny Ward and into the top right corner, despite being marked by two defenders.

Fans took to Twitter to react, with one writing: "Gabriel Jesus is unbelievable."

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Another added: "That is just a ridiculous finish by Gabriel Jesus."

A third said: "Gabriel Jesus is on another level."

And one Manchester United fan had their say, adding: "Gabriel Jesus – what a player! I'm jealous because he'll be the difference for Arsenal."

Jesus went on to double The Gunners' lead just 12 minutes later with a header at the back post following a fantastic corner from Martin Odegaard.

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The striker has now scored a total of nine goals since joining Arsenal in June.

Leicester had a penalty shout just before half time as Jamie Vardy went to ground following a challenge from Aaron Ramsdale.

But, the decision was overturned after referee Darren England checked the VAR monitor.

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