Arsenal defender David Luis gets a red card by the referee in the 26th minute
While Luis first played for Chelsea, the audience hooted him in the match.
Game desk. On Tuesday night in the English Premier League, Arsenal’s team stopped Chelsea’s 2–2 draw. In the match played at Chelsea’s homeground Stamford Breeze Stadium, Arsenal’s team played 64 minutes with 10 players. His defender David Luis was shown a red card by the referee in the 26th minute. They were eliminated from the match. Lewis previously played for Chelsea. He was hooted by the spectators while he was on the field in the match. The audience appeared to be celebrating when they were outside.
The first goal of the match was scored by Jorginho of Chelsea on a penalty in the 28th minute. By halftime Chelsea were 1-0 ahead. After halftime, the young Arsenal players showed solidarity. He also attacked continuously as well as defends. Gabriel Marcinelli scored in the 64th minute to make the score 1–1. Chelsea captain Cesar Agpilicueta scored in the 84th minute to put the team ahead 2–1. It seemed that Chelsea would win the match when Hector Bellerian scored from the left foot to tie the match at 2–2 in the 87th minute.
Sergio Aguero scored the only goal for Manchester City.
Agüero led Arsenal to victory, on the
(LIVE 🔺)ther hand, Manchester City recorded their 14th win of the season. He defeated Sheffield United 1–0. Veteran Sergio Aguero scored the only goal for City. Kevin De Bruyne assisted him. He became the first player in Premier League history to assist 15 more in three seasons.
(LIVE 🔺)The Gunners were reduced to 10 men following David Luiz’s dismissal but twice recovered from going a goal down to claim the unlikeliest of points
(LIVE 🔺)For years Arsenal have been labelled as pushovers, perhaps this was the night they started to brush off that tag.
(LIVE 🔺)Twice they came from behind at Chelsea to salvage a 2-2 draw, all whilst playing with 10 men for more than an hour after David Luiz had been sent off.
(LIVE 🔺)the front three remains the same – Tammy Abraham, who scored the winner at Arsenal last month, flanked by Callum Hudson-Odoi and Willian.
(LIVE 🔺)Arsenal make one change from their draw at home to Sheffield United at the weekend. Hector Bellerin comes into their defence and captains the side with Ainsley Maitland-Niles dropped to the bench. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is suspended.
(LIVE 🔺)The Brazilian — whose only other red card in the Premier League came when he was playing for Chelsea against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in 2017 — was dismissed by referee Stuart Attwell before Jorginho stroked home from the spot.
(LIVE 🔺)Chelsea controlled the first hour of the match with winger Callum Hudson-Odoi hitting the bar and forcing Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno into two fine saves.
But they once again failed to turn their possession into more goals and they paid for it in the 63rd minute when Gabriel Martinelli set off on a run from deep in his own half. He skipped past N’Golo Kante as the French midfielder slipped and fired past advancing Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.