Arsenal staged a late comeback to earn a point at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea in a 100-minute nail biting thriller.
Chelsea appeared to be in complete control after Cole Palmer drew first blood from the penalty spot in the 15th minutes, with William Saliba penalised for handball following the intervention of the video assistant referee.
Arsenal looked certain to slump to their first Premier League defeat of the season when Mykhailo Mudryk’s speculative effort from out wide caught Arsenal keeper David Raya stranded and out of position three minutes after the break.
Arsenal were sloppy and struggled to create anything until they were gifted a lifeline with 13 minutes left, Declan Rice sending Chelsea keeper Robert Sanchez’s poor clearance back past him into the net.
And, remarkably, they were level seven minutes later when substitute Leandro Trossard made a decisive first
contribution, stealing in at the far post to score as Chelsea hesitated in dealing with Bukayo Saka’s cross.