HomeUncategorized

Chelsea extends Arsenal’s misery with a comeback

Chelsea absolutely extends Arsenal's misery. No one seems to see this coming, with Arsenal's first half performance, but Chelsea ruins Arsenal's bri

Heartland scores two, to pull pressure on Enyimba
Daniel James enjoying his spell at United
Mbappe recover from injury

Chelsea absolutely extends Arsenal’s misery.

No one seems to see this coming, with Arsenal’s first half performance, but Chelsea ruins Arsenal’s bright start with two goals from Chelsea, extends their misery.

Subscribe to our newsletter

Frank Lampard admitted that he overcome an “awful” start, with a late comeback to end the year with great form.

Arteta, suffered his first managerial defeat to Frank, in his first home game for Arsenal after succeeding Unai Emery.

Pierre-Emerick Aubamayang’s early goal looked like the Goorners will be earning three points in this encounter

Lampard’s tactical switch influence Chelsea’s play, when Jorginho come on for Emerson in the first half, and he got a goal with seven mins from time, when Bernd Leno error on Mason Mount’s free kick.

Jorginho who could have gets second yellow was fortunate as he escaped, for a foul on Luca Torreira.

Tammy Abraham was on target as he finds the back of the net with three minutes of normal regular time left,

“We were so awful for the first 30 minutes; slow, lethargic, nervous,” Lampard told Correspondent.

“We gave Arsenal everything they wanted. We made the change early, felt it had to be done, and second half we dominated.

“You can accept a miss-pass but you can’t accept lethargy in a London derby. The players were told that and they delivered. The second half was nothing to do with tactics it was all to do with spirit and desire.”

Arsenal, who lost defender Calum Chambers to injury in the first half, will start 2020 11 points behind fourth-placed Chelsea and without a Premier League home win since 6 October.

It is the first time they have lost four consecutive home matches in all competitions since December 1959.

Subscribe to our newsletter