Highlights: Chelsea overwhelm Arsenal
A firm header from Marcos Alonso, an amazing individual exertion from Eden Hazard and a heave from Cesc Fabregas earned Premier League pioneers Chelsea an insistent 3-1 triumph over Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea moved 12 focuses clear of their London rivals and the pursuing pack with a prevailing execution that highlighted one of the performance objectives of the season from Hazard.
After Alonso had outmuscled Hector Bellerin to head home in the thirteenth moment, the Belgian struck right on time in second half, grabbing the ball simply past the midway line and disregarding Francis Coquelin before adjusting Laurent Koscielny and evading Shkodran Mustafi to score.
Chelsea defeated Arsenal, observed vulnerably by their suspended director Arsene Wenger from the stands, and goalkeeper Petr Cech skilled Fabregas the third when he neglected to clear and the Spaniard lobbed the ball into a vacant net.
Munititions stockpile substitute Olivier Giroud headed a comfort objective in stoppage time yet his side were left twelve focuses unfastened in third place, their title challenge apparently everything except over with three months of the season left.
Arms stockpile, who gave Antonio Conte’s side their most exceedingly terrible beating of the season in September, 3-0 at the Emirates, paid vigorously for the nerve.
“”We played a decent diversion with a decent power and association. We demand to win today and I’m satisfied for my players,” Conte said.
“Fabulous. In football you inspire chances to put things right. I strolled off after thrashing at Arsenal, I felt like somewhat of a mug after that amusement,” Chelsea’s Gary Cahill included.
Munititions stockpile director Arsene Wenger grumbled that there was a foul and Chelsea’s opener ought not have remained because of Alonso gathering Bellerin with an elbow.
“The principal objective was 100 for each penny a foul,” Wenger said.
“The second objective was a tiny bit of an executioner for us.
“It made it a great deal more troublesome. We had the correct state of mind yet did not have a tad bit of involvement. Indeed, even our accomplished players did not play their best today.”