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17 September 2017, 06:57 | Sandy Nunez
Preview: Chelsea V Arsenal
Chelsea was held to a 0-0 draw for the first time in nearly 20 months on Sunday when Arsenal produced the type of disciplined display lacking during recent setbacks to frustrate the Premier League champions.
Without Alexis Sanchez in the starting lineup and Mesut Ozil not named in the matchday squad altogether, Arsene Wenger named a very mobile attacking lineup that would do its job off the ball too.
Tempers frayed near the end with Chelsea's David Luiz shown a red card for a wild tackle on Sead Kolasinac - their third red card of the season from only five league games. We could have won it.
Arsenal were slated by fans and pundits for their woeful performance in the 4-0 defeat at Liverpool last month.
Who will come out on top in the battle of the managers Antonio Conte or Arsène Wenger? Alexandre Lacazette was in the right place for the rebound but he could not keep his effort from sailing over the bar.
Alan Smith picked Aaron Ramsey as the man of the match as Arsenal produced a disciplined display to earn a goalless draw at Chelsea on Sunday.
. Chelsea has scored in 23 successive Premier League games at Stamford Bridge, in over half of these (12) Chelsea have scored three or more goals.
Arsenal's hearts were in their mouths when Hazard slalomed through and pulled the trigger but his fierce rising drive was well held by the perfectly-positioned Petr Cech. It forced Chelsea to drop back and play on the counter-attack as Arsenal's back-line pushed up field and played a high line.
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