Arsenal win at Chelsea to keep Champions League race alive

TThe Champions League race in the Premier League is still as alive as ever, with Arsenal Raise the level with North London rivals Tottenham He has 57 points with an unforgettable 4-2 away win Chelsea Wednesday night.

Chelsea, who are third, looked nailed to finish in the top four, but their loss left them looking over their shoulders now with both teams in north London just five points behind them.

It was Mikel ArtetaThe team that advanced early on a chaotic night full of goals at Stamford Bridge. Eddie Nketia He got his first two goals by taking advantage of a back pass I walked from Andreas Christensen.

The lead was short-lived though f Timo Werner level after only four minutes. Ruben Loftus-Cheek He took the ball back from Arsenal’s top scorer, and released it to Werner to finish the match.

But Emile Smith Rowe He quickly brought visitors back to the front, putting the finishing touches on a classic Arsenal move. Starting from the back, Arsenal’s Arteta has played the ball well before Martin Odegaard Squared by Smith Rowe to finish off the edge of the area.

As they did previously, Chelsea equalized within five minutes through an unexpected source in the Spaniard Cesar Azpilicueta. Mason Mount He made a perfect cross and no Arsenal defender noticed Azpilicueta’s arrival, allowing the defender to finish off the ball and things were level again.

Nkita regained Arsenal’s advantage a little before the hour and Bukayo Saka He made sure of the points when he converted a penalty in injury time.