Drama, London: Red card and plenty goals

There was drama, as Chelsea and Arsenal late on Tuesday played a 2-2 draw in a showdown, where Arsenal's ten men fought back twice in London-the showdown. Ar

Drama, London: Red card and plenty goals

There was drama, as Chelsea and Arsenal late on Tuesday played a 2-2 draw in a showdown, where Arsenal's ten men fought back twice in London-the showdown. Ar

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
21 January 2020 Tuesday 19:00
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Drama, London: Red card and plenty goals

There was drama, as Chelsea and Arsenal late on Tuesday played a 2-2 draw in a showdown, where Arsenal's ten men fought back twice in London-the showdown.

Arsenal's David Luiz got straight red card after 28 minutes when he committed a penalty as Chelsea utilised to 1-0-lead.

the Second half featured a dog on three goals more, as Arsenal levelled the game to 1-1 and 2-2, and thus have Chelsea 40 points in fourth place in the Premier League.

Arsenal have ten points fewer as number ten.

Andreas Christensen was, for the third league game in a row in the starting eleven at Chelsea, as after the drama came in front after 28 minutes.

Chelsea's Tammy Abraham got a friløber down towards Arsenal's goal, which was set in the time of a completely hopeless fejlpasning by Arsenal's defender Shkodran Mustafi, who upresset not got enough speed in his replacement.

Abraham ran easily the ball up, but he never reached to end the possibility, since he in the field was moslet down of the former Chelsea player David Luiz.

It resulted in a straight red card for the 32-year-old Luiz.

There was only a way for David Luiz: Out. Photo: Ben Stansall/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix

Jorginho took care of the penalty and brought Chelsea in front 1-0, and reduced to ten men for over an hour, the challenge was to get an eye on for Arsenal.

Chelsea pushed the guests in the bottom in the second-half introduction, but had not done the work finished when the ball went up in Arsenal's box.

Arsenal worked themselves more into the purge, and got the hang of the organization, and after a little over an hour resulted a game kontraløb suddenly in a equalizing to 1-1.

Chelsea took a corner kick and the ball was cleared, and Arsenal's Gabriel Martinelli sped away from his own half with the ball.

the Brazilian took a long drag, but since Chelsea N'Golo Edge stumbled, then was suddenly free to run at goal, and the 18-year-old brazilian, laugh kicked the ball in the box.

Alexandre Lacazette had shortly after the ball into the goal, but was correctly judged offside, and Ross Barkley tried his hand at the other end with a header which the Arsenal keeper Bernd Leno had to stretch to save.

Arsenal's basilianske striker Gabriel Martinelli was hailed for compensation. Photo: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix

Six minutes before time stack César Azpilicueta foot forward and sent the ball into the goal for 2-1 after launching from Callum Hudson-Odoi, and so you would think that the victory was at home.

In the 87. minute beat Héctor Bellerín, however, and scored from the edge of the field, and then ended it with a share.

Updated: 21.01.2020 19:00
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