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10-man Arsenal came back from behind twice to secure an impressive draw at Stamford Bridge.
Team News – Match Reports – Player Ratings
Match: Chelsea v Arsenal
Venue: Stamford Bridge, London
Kick-Off (UK Time): 20:15 21/01/2020
It was a strong start for Arsenal in this crucial Premier League clash. Bukayo Saka blazed a good crossing opportunity over the bar after an impressive burst from Gabriel Martinelli inside the opening 90 seconds.
Nicolas Pepe fired a couple of testing corners into the box before Chelsea got their first chance. The home side opened it up well but Shkodran Mustafi made an excellent block to keep a goal-bound Matteo Kovacic shot out.
The Blues created a couple of good openings. Tammy Abraham headed a good chance straight at Bernd Leno before Callum Hudson-Odoi came close when his cross-shot clipped the top of Arsenal’s crossbar.
But the game turned on one stray pass. It was Shkodran Mustafi who under-hit a ball back to Leno and allowed Tammy Abraham a chance to chase. The forward rounded Leno and was clearly brought down by the former Chelsea man David Luiz. The referee pointed straight to the spot and showed Luiz a deserved red card.
It just looked like a matter of how many goals Chelsea could score after that as the home side dominated the match. But it wasn’t to be as the Gunners kept things fairly tight at the back and had some threatening moments upfront and saw the half out at 0-1.
Arsenal really did cope well with the red card. Mikel Arteta chose not to make any substitutions even at the break and it worked out well after halftime. The Gunners looked to counter but the majority of moves were cut out by Chelsea fouls on the halfway line.
But the Gunners soon found a way in. Mustafi cleared a corner and all of a sudden, Arsenal looked threatening. Gabriel Martinelli burst clear and seized upon a slip from N’Golo Kante on the halfway line. The Brazilian carried the ball 70 yards and always looked like scoring past Arrizabalaga to make it 1-1.
Suddenly, Arsenal looked like the side on top. The Gunners were a threat with every counter-attack as the confidence waned from Chelsea. Ross Barkley ghosted in and forced a decent save from Leno but Arsenal looked comfortable for much of the second half.
That all changed with 5 minutes left on the clock. Arsenal didn’t react to a short corner from Chelsea as Cesar Azpilicueta ghosted in to put the home side 2-1 up.
But Arsenal came racing out of the blocks after going 2-1 down. They pressed way up the pitch and camped inside Chelsea’s attacking third. The ball soon fell to Hector Bellerin down the right and with nothing else on, the Spaniard cut inside and curled a wonderful shot into the far corner.
Both sides pressed forward in search of a winning goal but neither really looked like grabbing it. as the Gunners picked up an unlikely point.