Arsenal came from two goals down to play a 2-2 draw against Chelsea in the London Derby, MySportDab reports.
The Blues were cruising in the game until they saw themselves throwing away a comfortable lead to draw.
The Gunners had their manager to thank after making some changes which impacted their performance towards getting the draw.
The London derby in the first half was heated with both teams doing everything possible from their end to make sure the goal came.
Arsenal saw more of the ball in the first half, but they couldn’t make any opportunities from their possession which were always cut short moving on.
Chelsea took the lead in the 15th minutes through a penalty goal from Cole Palmer after a handball check saw VAR award a penalty of the blues who made it 1-0.
The remaining minutes of the game was filled with some close chances saw Robert Sanchez rushing out and almost cost the home side from conceding.
The first half ended at Stamford Bridge with Chelsea taking a 1-0 lead into the break against Arsenal who did well enough but couldn’t hit the target.
They came in with so much done in the dressing room which both teams had some time to discuss how to carry out the remaining 45 minutes.
Arsenal continued to push as they wanted to make sure something come for them in the early minutes which wasn’t looking possible as the carried onward.
Mudryk made things 2-0 with an outstanding finish in the 48th minutes which made sure Chelsea were comfortable at a point in the match.
An error from Robert Sanchez saw Declan Rice scoring from a long range perfectly timed goal to make things 2-1 in the 77th minutes of the game.
Leandro Trossard with a wonderful finish in the 84th minutes was enough to make sure Arsenal sealed a comeback from two goals down against Chelsea which ended 2-2.
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