Chelsea draw delights Wenger

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Arsenal still have not won in the Premier League here since October 2011. We knew very well what type of game we would face.

However, fans were a bit nervous prior to the game as Alexis Sánchez was left on the bench by Wenger.

The defeat at Anfield three weeks back, a thrashing, now looks less like a gloomy gauge of how ill-equipped Wenger's side are to keep pace with the Premier League's elite, although, after three away games so far in the league, they are still seeking their first goal outside the Emirates. Obviously we wanted to win the game, but if we weren't going to win, it was important we didn't lose.

"I think we needed that, after Liverpool", Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey said.

"Overall I believe we have shown that many times".

David Luiz became the fifth Chelsea player to be sent-off in the club's last eight games, stretching back to last season's FA Cup final, in the goalless draw against Arsenal.

"In my opinion, Morata played a very good game", he added.

Nevin said: "What is hopeful from a Chelsea point of view is that the back-up in the squad is looking so much stronger now than it did just a few games back".

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Despite Bellerin's initial confidence the game ended in a 0-0 draw as the London sides shared the points at Stamford Bridge, however both sides will feel they could have taken more from the game with either side missing some clear cut chances in the game.

The Brazilian saw red in the closing minutes at Stamford Bridge and he could have no complaints about his dismissal after lunging into a crude two-footed challenge on Arsenal defender Kolasinac.

Courtois was soon afterwards only able to repel Kolasinac's powerful shot, fortunately to a Chelsea player.

Midway through the first half, Pedro latched onto Cesc Fabregas's long ball to beat the offside trap but Cech was the equal of the shot. Lacazette was on standby for the rebound, but somehow missed an open goal.

Granit Xhaka fired narrowly wide from 30 yards before Arsenal went close again. Welbeck then put in Kolasinac, but the Bosnian ran out of room before he could shoot.

Neville was satisfied with the 21-year-old's performance in the midfield and tasked Alexis Sanchez and Ozil to learn from him and Danny Welbeck. Lacazette made way for the Chile striker.

Ten minutes before time, Iwobi made way for Mohammed Elneny as the Gunners sought to protect what they had. Sanchez did well when he came on and both men still have a part to play.

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