Edward Nketiah scored a brace as Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-4 at Stamford Bridge, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
A good game between both London clubs which started perfectly with two the teams having a fair control of things going forward.
Arsenal scored the opening goal in the 13th minute through an error which saw Edward Nketiah making good use of the opportunity to make it 0-1.
Chelsea leveled back 1-1 in the 17th minute of the match with a deflected strike from Timo Werner which went past the goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.
More good display coming from both teams as the Gunners took the lead once again in the match after a good attacking play saw Emile Smith Rowe make it 1-2 in the 27th minute.
Cesar Azpilicueta tap in from Mason Mount’s delivery which made the scoreline 2-2 in the 32nd minute of the first half as it carried on forward.
The first half ended with Chelsea 2-2 Arsenal as they both headed inside for the break after 45 minutes of football played between both of the clubs.
Second Half Report
The second half was all about the Gunners getting the job done against the Blues who couldn’t make any more comebacks.
Chelsea continued doing well in the second half which saw them creating opportunities but couldn’t make anything count of them all.
Arsenal took the lead in the 57th minute of the match after an error in defending saw Edward Nketiah benefit from it to make the scoreline 2-3 and a brace.
It was looking all bad for the home side who were left with nothing else than making some changes which still couldn’t impact anything as it was far gone.
A late penalty goal from Bukayo Saka ensured the match ended with Chelsea 2-4 Arsenal as the Gunners finished off sealing all three points after 90 minutes played.
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