Arsenal hosted Chelsea football club at the Emirates Stadium. The game was an opportunity for the Gunners to return to winning ways and also move back to the top of the league table. The game kicked off and Arsenal battered the Blues from the first half of the game to the final whistle.
Arsenal's skipper Martin Odegaard scored twice before Gabriel Jesus nets the third of the game to hand the home side a comfortable win before the halftime whistle. The second half resumed with interesting moments and Chelsea pulled one back. Frank Lampard decided to do some changes which instantly affected the game and Chelsea created more chances that would have been converted.
Although they didn't score again, Mudryk who came in the second half was Chelsea's best player in the game. The former Shakhtar Donetsk forward came in and added more force to Chelsea's frontline. He was able to link up with Havertz, but, unfortunately, the Blues couldn't score again. After the match here is what the fans have to say.
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