Arsenal 2 - 2 Chelsea


Super Eagles star, Victor Moses' performance in Chelsea's thrilling 2-2 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates Wednesday night has been rated average by British tabloid, Daily Mail, reports‎.

Jack Wilshere and Hector Bellerin scored for Arsenal while Eden Hazard (penalty) and Marcos Alonso were on target for Chelsea.

Wilshere scored his first Premier League goal of the season in the draw against Chelsea and the England worldwide said he is determined to chip in with more goals in the second half of the campaign.

Hazard's foot was caught by defender Hector Bellerin in the area and referee Anthony Taylor pointed to the spot. It was perhaps soft, and Hazard went to ground very easily, but there was no question he got kicked.

"It was a great football game", said Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger in his postgame comments.

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But it would be Bellerin who had the final say in the dying seconds as he bagged a late leveller to earn a share of the spoils.

The result leaves Arsenal eight points behind third-placed Chelsea in the table, with Tottenham having a chance to move four points clear of their local rivals if they beat West Ham on Thursday.

The Blues pushed for a victor and they eventually look the lead on 84 minutes, with Marcos Alonso clipping a low shot past Cech after great work from sub Davide Zappacosta.

In the match, Arsenal made draw against Chelsea.

Three days before Christmas, also at The Emirates, Arsenal played a wild 3-3 tie with Liverpool - now in fourth place - in which it scored three goals in five minutes t wipe out a 2-0 deficit but then conceded an equalizer with about 20 minutes remaining.

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Costa got on the scoresheet in the 70th minute after Diego Godin and Fernando Torres both struck in the first half. But it nearly threatened to ruin his second debut after he injured his knee over-stretching to bag the third goal.

Arsenal's defense was again inconsistent as the second half began, and Cech had to step in and save a couple Chelsea shots.

However, it was the unlikely sources of Wilshere and Bellerin - with just two goals between them in all competitions this season at kick-off - who managed to find a way past Courtois. We will have to see the replay. Alexis Sanchez went closest, but his 23rd-minute toe poke was tipped onto one post (and then bounced off the other) by Courtois, while Alexandre Lacazette also forced a good save from the Belgian keeper.

"I am 35 years in football", he said.

"We looked like we were mentally shot and could have lost the game - we had the resources to come back to 2-2".

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