Alexandre Lacazette’s injury time goal saves match for Arsenal against Chelsea

Alexandre Lacazette’s injury time goal saves match for Arsenal against Chelsea

Alexandre Lacazette almost pulled Arsenal level with 15 minutes remaining, bu this low strike from close range sailed inches wide of the post.

The Blues had the best of starts when Rudiger handed them the lead in the fifth minute with a powerful header past Petr Cech.

Antonio Rudiger's fifth-minute goal seemed certain to prove the victor at the Aviva Stadium on Wednesday, the Germany global capitalising on poor defending to head home a Cesc Fabregas corner.

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The Welshman said: "It's just a rock at the back, a leader of men, somebody to go in there and organise, point the finger at one or two, they've failed to bring that type of character in".

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"Aubameyang is very, very good".

He became a father to twins on Sunday and, with Sarri saying before the match that it was the sort of life-changing event that would only help his on-field performance, he wasted a series of excellent chances, including a first-half penalty.

"Training is way different, we are working on different things that we didn't use to with the [previous] boss". I think everyone is doing really well and everyone is excited. "No, we have to win this".

Former Arsenal fan favourite Nwankwo Kanu has claimed that it will take a "miracle" for the Gunners to finish the imminent 2018/19 season as Premier League champions, suggesting the new manager and new signings will need time to adapt.

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