Video: Chelsea 2 – 2 Arsenal [Premier League] Highlights 2019/20

Arsenal bundle the delivery from Emerson away from danger as Holding makes an important headed clearance.

90′ + 4′ Last chance for Chelsea as Guendouzi has to head behind for a corner from Azpilicueta’s cross.
90′ + 3′ Hudson-Odoi wastes the resulting corner as he overhits his cross out of play for a goal-kick.
90′ + 2′ Mount battles down the left flank and he wins a corner for the home side. 
J. Willock
90′ + 1′ Martinelli is withdrawn for the Gunners and is replaced by Willock.
90′ There will be four minutes of added time.
89′ BATSHUAYI HAS TO SCORE!!! Hudson-Odoi sends an early cross in from the right flank and it just squeezes past Xhaka at the near post. Batshuayi sticks out his left foot to guide it towards the target, but he places his effort from six yards wide of the post.
L. Torreira
87′ Torreira works the ball to Bellerin, who does the rest with a fine left-footed strike from just inside the box.
87′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!! BELLERIN EQUALISES!!!! 2-2!!!! DRAMA AT STAMFORD BRIDGE!!! The Gunners fight back for the second time in the contest to level the scores. Bellerin collects a lay-off from Torreira and cuts inside from the right flank. He shoots on his left foot after being afforded space and time, and he curls his effort beyond the reach of Kepa into the bottom-left corner. What a moment in the game.
85′ Abraham is struggling for the home side, but neither the Gunners nor Chelsea when they get the opportunity put the ball into touch.
C. Hudson-Odoi
84′ Hudson-Odoi curls a dangerous right-footed cross into the box and Azpilicueta sticks out his boot to guide the ball into the bottom-left corner.
84′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!! AZPILICUETA SCORES!!!! 2-1 CHELSEA!!!! The Gunners are undone at a corner as Azpilicueta slides an effort past Leno. Chelsea take the corner short and Hudson-Odoi curls a right-footed cross in from the left flank. The Arsenal defensive line is caught out by the presence of Abraham hobbling back into the middle. They switch off for a second and allow Azpilicueta to guide a low strike with his right boot into the bottom-left corner.
83′ Abraham surges down the left flank and wins a corner off the legs of Bellerin covering across at the back for the visitors. The Chelsea forward slams into the advertising boards behind the byline and comes up clutching his left ankle.
R. Holding
N. Pépé
81′ Pepe is withdrawn for the visitors as Holding comes on to shore up the backline.
80′ SAVE! Barkley comes within inches of restoring Chelsea’s lead as he connects using the back of his head to nod Jorginho’s cross towards the bottom-left corner. However, Leno gets down to his right to make a vital save, pushing it around the corner.
M. Batshuayi
79′ Batshuayi replaces Willian for the home side in the final third.
77′ SAVE! Abraham latches on to Mount’s delivery from a free-kick from the left. He connects with a header, only to guide it straight into the arms of Leno.
M. Guendouzi
Yellow Card
76′ Guendouzi brings down Mount on the charge down the left flank and he goes into the book.
73′ SAVE! Willian collects an angled pass from Azpilicueta from right to left and he charges at Bellerin. The Brazilian opens up space for a strike, but sees his effort beaten away by Leno.
72′ OFFSIDE! Pepe works the ball through three Chelsea defenders to Lacazette, who collects in acres of space, but the Frenchman is ruled offside as he buries his strike.
71′ Martinelli has space on the break down the left flank and he looks for support, but Jorginho is there to make the interception before Kepa clears the danger.
69′ Kante is withdrawn for Mount in the middle of the park.
68′ Hudson-Odoi turns his way past Saka and tries to feed the run of Kante in the box, but the midfielder loses out to Xhaka, allowing Leno to gather the loose ball.
67′ Barkley has space to charge at the Arsenal backline. He goes for a strike on his left foot, but Mustafi makes the block for the visitors.
R. Barkley
M. Kovačić
66′ Barkley replaces Kovacic in the Chelsea midfield.
65′ Martinelli is the first teenager to score 10 goals for Arsenal in a single season (all comps) since Nicolas Anelka in 1998-99
S. Mustafi
63′ Mustafi nods the ball away from the corner and Martinelli collects and runs all the way to score.
63′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!! MARTINELLI EQUALISES OUT OF NOTHING!!! 1-1!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Martinelli bundles the ball away from a Chelsea corner on the edge of the box and keeps on running. Kante slips on the half-way line and it allows Martinelli a clear path towards goal.
He surges into the box and slots a low effort to the right of Kepa to find the back of the net. A super run and finish from the Brazilian.
61′ Willian works the ball towards Emerson, who blasts a low cross into the middle. However, Mustafi is there with a vital block to divert it away from danger.
A. Christensen
Yellow Card
59′ Christensen lunges in on Lacazette and goes into the book.
59′ Saka makes an important header in the box to clear Emerson’s cross away from Hudson-Odoi at the back post. Chelsea are still searching for that crucial second goal.
58′ Hudson-Odoi and Azpilicueta combine down the right flank, and the latter fires a low ball towards the near post, but Leno does well to hold it at his near post.
M. Guendouzi
M. Özil
55′ Ozil is withdrawn for Guendouzi for the visitors.
55′ BLOCK! Emerson nods a cross from Hudson-Odoi down to Kovacic to strike, but the midfielder takes too long to connect and it allows Bellerin to make the block.
53′ Tackles are coming thick and fast in the contest as Willian brings down Bellerin and Azpilicueta fouls Saka on the charge.
51′ The ball pinballs around the Arsenal box as several Chelsea players try to turn it towards goal. There are two appeals for handball, but the referee dismissses both claims from the home side.
49′ Kepa puts Jorginho under huge pressure on the edge of the box, but the midfielder just manages to offload ahead of the closing threat of Torreira.
46′ BLOCK! Kante tries to force a strike through a crowd of players in the box, but Mustafi is there to make the block in front of Leno.
46′ Willian surges down the left flank and cuts the ball back across into the box, but there’s no blue shirt there to connect with a strike.
46′ We’re back underway at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea were struggling to find a clinical edge in the final third before Mustafi’s error. The German played into the hands of the home side and now the Blues have control of the match. Frank Lampard will be determined for his side to display their killer instinct to put the game beyond doubt as soon as possible.
Chelsea hold a 1-0 lead at the the break over 10-man Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in their Premeir League clash. The game turned in the 26th minute when Tammy Abraham pounced on a short backpass from Shkodran Mustafi and was brought down in the box by David Luiz.
The Brazilian was dismissed the Blues were awarded a penalty that was converted by Jorginho. Callum Hudson-Odoi came close to doubling his side’s advantage, only to see his effort saved by Bernd Leno, while Abraham should have also scored with a header earlier in the first half.
Arsenal have failed to test Kepa Arrizabalga with an attempt at goal and with 10 men they will have their work cut out for them in the second period to get back into the contest.
45′ + 2′ Pepe appeals for a handball against Emerson on the right flank, but sees his appeal for a free-kick on the edge of the box turned down.
45′ There will be two minutes of added time.
45′ WIDE! Hudson-Odoi surges down the right flank and he lifts a cross into the box for Kovacic to attack. He makes contact with a glancing header, but can only steer his effort wide of the target.
44′ OVER! Willian lifts the resulting corner into the box from the left flank, but Rudiger rising in the box heads his attempt over the bar.
43′ Chelsea break forward through Hudson-Odoi down the right flank and he whips the ball across to Willian in space on the left flank. The Brazilian runs at Bellerin, but the Arsenal defender holds his ground to only concede a corner.
41′ Arsenal enjoy a strong spell of possession to keep the ball away from the Blues and potentially limit the danger until half-time.
39′ Jorginho is the first Chelsea player to score home and away v Arsenal in the same PL season since Juan Mata in 2012-13.
38′ Martinelli collects in space down the left flank and he floats a cross into the middle that just evades Lacazette. Pepe collects and tries to beat Emerson, but the defender holds his ground to make the challenge. Bellerin then lifts a cross into the box, but Christensen is there with the clearing header.
35′ Arteta is facing an important decision on the bench whether to replace David Luiz in the back four. Xhaka has slotted into the backline, but Holding is an option from the bench. 
33′ Hudson-Odoi collects in the left inside channel on this occasion to latch on to Kovacic’s pass, but his low cross is blocked by Bellerin.
32′ SAVE! Leno keeps Chelsea at bay with a fine stop to deny Hudson-Odoi. Azpilicueta releases the run of the winger inside the box and he goes for the strike with the outside of his right boot on the half-volley. Leno reads the strike and is able to get across to his right to palm it away.
31′ David Luiz is the first player to be sent off against Chelsea in the Premier League, having previously played for the Blues in the competition, since Vinnie Jones in December 1995.
30′ BLOCK! Emerson is played into space down the left flank and he goes for an early strike at goal that forces Bellerin to divert his effort behind for a corner.
Penalty Goal
28′ GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!! JORGINHO SCORES!!! 1-0!!! Chelsea take the lead from the penalty spot as Jorginho holds his composure from 12 yards.
The Brazilian places his effort into the bottom-right corner far enough away from the dive of Leno to find the back of the net. A super spot-kick from the Chelsea midfielder.
David Luiz
Red Card
26′ David Luiz is given a straight red card for bringing down Abraham much to the delight of the Chelsea fans.
26′ PENALTY TO CHELSEA! Mustafi has a nightmare as he plays a short backpass to Leno and Abraham races on to the loose ball. The striker rounds Leno and charges into the box.
David Luiz takes action and brings down Abraham to deny him the scoring opportunity. The referee does not hesitate in pointing to the spot.
25′ Arsenal yet to have a shot in the opening 25 minutes, suggesting that they are struggling without Aubameyang.
23′ Chelsea win a corner down the left flank and play it short with Emerson releasing Hudson-Odoi. However, the winger overhits his delivery out for a goal-kick.
Yellow Card
21′ Emerson takes out Pepe on the charge down the right wing and goes into the book.
18′ Chelsea’s problems in the final third appear to be continuing from the weekend. Lampard will be a frustrated man on the sideline.
16′ OFF THE BAR! Hudson-Odoi collects and he tries to curl an effort over the top of Leno to surprise the Arsenal keeper. The ball does loop over Leno, but it strikes the top of the bar before bouncing over.
15′ CHANCE! Abraham has to score. Hudson-Odoi turns Martinelli inside and out and delivers a dangerous cross to the back post. Rudiger heads it back into the middle where Abraham meets the ball, only to guide a tame effort straight into the hands of Leno.
14′ Martinelli has to get back to do his defensive duties, heading a cross-field pass from Kovacic behind for a corner.
12′ The Blues are starting to find their rhythm in the final third and the visitors are having to defend deep in their own half.
10′ WIDE! Emerson lifts a good cross into the middle from the right flank and the ball travels towards Christensen. However, the Dane can only glance his effort wide of the post, although Rudiger could have distracted his team-mate by jumping in front of him.
9′ Chelsea probe down the right once more as Hudson-Odoi makes a dangerous run, forcing Xhaka into action to clear behind for a corner.
8′ Mustafi takes the blow in a sensitive area and the referee stops the game to allow him time to get to his feet.
7′ BLOCK! Chelsea open up the Arsenal backline as Hudson-Odoi and Azpilicueta combine to tee up Kovacic in the box. The midfielder stabs an effort towards goal, only to be denied by a block from Mustafi.
5′ There’s a little bit of panic in the Chelsea box as Pepe’s corner floats into a dangerous area, but the home side are able to clear their lines.
4′ Lacazette charges down Kepa’s clearance from the back and it allows Pepe to seize on a loose ball. The Frenchman wins a corner for his team to put the pressure on the Blues.
3′ Hudson-Odoi latches on to a cross-field pass from Rudiger and he skips past a challenge from Saka. However, David Luiz gets across to make an important challenge.
2′ Saka surges down the left flank and he has space and time to deliver a cross, only to lift it over the head of Lacazette on the charge in the middle.
1′ We’re underway at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea are looking to complete the Premier League double against Arsenal for the fifth time (2005-06, 2009-10, 2012-13 and 2015-16).
Only Liverpool (5) and Man Utd (5) have done this against the Gunners on as many as five occasions.
There is only one change for Arsenal from their 1-1 draw against Sheffield United at the weekend. Bellerin returns to the side for the first time since December 5 and he replaces Maitland-Niles, who drops to the bench to accomodate the Spaniard.
Saka continues in his role at left-back, while Martinelli holds down the left flank in the absence of the suspended Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Chelsea have made two changes to their side from their defeat to Newcastle on Saturday. Emerson comes back into the fold to replace Reece James, which sees Azpilicueta shift over to right-back. Kovacic starts in the midfield in place of Mount, who drops to the bench.
ARSENAL SUBS: Dani Ceballos, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Rob Holding, Emiliano Martinez, Joe Willock, Matteo Guendouzi, Eddie Nketiah.
ARSENAL (4-2-3-1): Bernd Leno; Hector Bellerin, Shkodran Mustafi, David Luiz, Bukayo Saka; Lucas Torreira, Granit Xhaka; Nicolas Pepe, Mesut Ozil, Gabriel Martinelli; Alexandre Lacazette.
CHELSEA SUBS: Marcos Alonso, Ross Barkley, Pedro, Willy Caballero, Kurt Zouma, Mason Mount, Michy Batshuayi.
CHELSEA (4-3-3): Kepa Arrizabalaga; Cesar Azpilicueta, Andreas Christensen, Antonio Rudiger, Emerson Palmieri; N’Golo Kante, Jorginho, Mateo Kovacic; Callum Hudson-Odoi, Tammy Abraham, Willian.
Arsenal are unbeaten in their last four matches in all competitions. Mikel Arteta’s men are still striving to become a clinical enough in the final third. They have been held to draws against Crystal Palace and Sheffield United in their last two matches.
Gabriel Martinelli put the Gunners ahead last time out against the Blades, only to concede an equaliser to John Fleck seven minutes from time. Arteta will be seeking an improvement from his team with the potential of rising to eighth in the table with a win over Chelsea today.
Chelsea have to bounce back after suffering an agonising defeat at the hands of Newcastle United last time out. The Blues created chance after chance at St James’ Park, but were denied the breakthrough.
They paid the price when Isaac Hayden headed home in stoppage time to hand the Magpies the three points. Frank Lampard’s men have not been able to pull away from the pack chasing them for the final Champions League spot.
They’re five points clear of Manchester United in fifth place, but will be desperate to extend their advantage with a win over the Gunners tonight.
Good evening and welcome to the live commentary of the Premier League clash between Chelsea and Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.
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