Match Preview: Chelsea 2 – Arsenal 4

Chelsea twice fought back to equalise but were unable to salvage a point as Arsenal came out on top following a breathless London derby at Stamford Bridge.

Four of the six goals came within an end-to-end 20-minute period in the opening half, the visitors’ lead twice cancelled out. The latest goal in Timo Werner’s recent revival made it 1-1 after Eddie Nketiah had fired the Gunners in front, our number 11 cutting inside and finding the bottom corner with the aid of a useful deflection.

Arsenal were back in front when Emile Smith Rowe finished neatly at the end of a quick break forward but Chelsea’s response was swift and sure once again as Cesar Azpilicueta poked in Mason Mount’s brilliant inswinging cross to make it 2-2.

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