A Dramatic Come Back for Arsenal Against Chelsea As They Played 2-2 Draw At Stanford Bridge

Chelsea vs. Arsenal: Arsenal mounted a spectacular late comeback to secure a point at Stamford Bridge, just as Chelsea appeared to be on their way to their best win under manager Mauricio Pochettino.

Arsenal and Manchester City are now tied on 21 points.

The Blues gained control as Cole Palmer scored from the penalty spot in the 15th minute, with William Saliba penalized for handball after the video assistant referee intervened.

When Mykhailo Mudryk’s speculative shot from wide found Arsenal keeper David Raya alone and out of position three minutes after the half, the Gunners seemed likely to suffer their first Premier League defeat of the season.

Declan Rice scores on Chelsea goalie Robert Sanchez’s bad clearance with 13 minutes remaining.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal team shown endurance and skill from the bench to maintain their unblemished Premier League record this season.

Arsenal stole a 2-2 draw from Chelsea in the Premier League thanks to two goals in seven minutes, making Mauricio Pochettino and Arteta’s first management encounter memorable.

Chelsea will be quite dissatisfied with the outcome. They deserved so much more, but it’s a 90-minute game, and they were found wanting in two vital occasions at the end.

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