Premier League: Arsenal’s stunning win at Chelsea

After an intense Premier League match, Arsenal won against Chelsea (4-2) on Wednesday night. The Gunners took the lead in the second half and came back in search of Champions League qualification.

A match with a twist between Arsenal and Chelsea on Wednesday evening in the last match of the 25th day of the Premier League. Both teams were dealt a blow and the duel eventually turned in favor of Arsenal (4-2), who are rejoining the race for Europe.

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The Gunners opened the scoring through Neketia (13th), who scored his first goal of the season there. Chelsea responded four minutes later, with a goal from Werner (17th), this time in form. Arsenal regained the lead at the half-hour mark thanks to Emil Smith-Rowe (27th) and a few moments later (32nd) Cesar Azpilicueta responded once again.

After a balanced and high-flying first period, the Gunners were once again taken over by Niketia (57th), the author of a double. Saka would drive from the penalty spot to point home in extra time (92nd) after a foul from Azpilicueta.

Very good operation for Arsenal who rebounds after three consecutive losses and returns to Tottenham, the writer of 4. The Gunners are resuming the race to Europe.

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For their part, Chelsea have once again paid for their lack of defensive efficiency. But if the defeat has some immediate consequences in the standings, with Thomas Tuchel’s men still in third place five points ahead of Tottenham and Arsenal, it is a cause for concern. Because the Blues have scored 11 goals in their last three home matches.

City lead again in the league

Meanwhile, Manchester City won against Brighton (3-0) this time in a late 30th day match. The Nationals netted for half-time, before taking three goals in the second period: Mahrez (53rd), Foden (65th) and Bernardo Silva (82nd). City are back at the top of the championship with a one-point lead over Liverpool.

On Wednesday evening, Newcastle also beat Crystal Palace (1–0), and Everton and Leicester drew (1–1).

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