Hector Bellerin’s first Premier League goal since January 2018 protected a point for 10-man Arsenal, who retaliated twice to verify a 2-2 draw at Chelsea regardless of having David Luiz sent off on his arrival to Stamford Bridge.
The Gunners’ odds were managed an extreme blow halfway through the main half when Luiz was sent off subsequent to taking out Tammy Abraham when he was through on objective after Shkodran Mustafi’s woeful backpass.
Jorginho committed no error from the punishment spot to give the hosts the lead going into the break, yet the Gunners hit back right off the bat in the second half through Gabriel Martinelli, who exploited N’Golo Kante’s slip to score his tenth objective of the period.
Chelsea thought they had scratched every one of the three focuses when Cesar Azpilicueta packaged the ball home with six minutes remaining, however Arsenal leveled again only three minutes after the fact through Bellerin to keep their horrible odds of a main four completion alive.
A point keeps Frank Lampard’s side fourth, six focuses away from fifth-put Manchester United, who play Burnley on Wednesday. In the interim, Arsenal remain tenth, 10 focuses behind the Blues.
Chelsea had Arsenal on the back foot from the absolute first whistle and the guests required a last-discard shut from Mustafi to keep out Mateo Kovacic’s objective bound shot in the seventh moment.
Andreas Christensen then gestured well wide from a corner and Tammy Abraham saw a header spared by Leno from short proximity, before Callum Hudson-Odoi’s endeavored cross cut the crossbar after practically getting Bernd Leno out as the Blues’ strength proceeded