London Derbies:

 The Gunners Smashes Blues on Emirates Home Ground  3:1:

Gunners stockpile conveyed an earnest admonition that they stay serious title competitors as they outmatched horrifying Chelsea at Emirates Arena to get back to the highest point of the Head Association.


The Heavy weapons specialists had gone four association games without a success and were intensely beaten last break at defending champs Manchester City, who supplanted them at the highest point with triumph at Fulham on Sunday.


Weapons store answered by delivering a heavenly first-half presentation, dashing into a 3-0 lead inside 34 minutes graciousness of two fresh strikes by skipper Martin Odegaard and a mixed wrap up by Gabriel Jesus.


Chelsea, who tumbled to a 6th consecutive misfortune under interval director Forthcoming Lampard, were grateful to goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga that the scoreline was not much seriously humiliating and, surprisingly, got one back through Noni Madueke.


Armory, in any case, were never in serious peril and are presently two focuses clear of City having played two games more than their title rivals.


Arsenal is stockpile not going unobtrusively:

Despite Chelsea's truly appalling first-half performance, which helped Mikel Arteta's team, Arsenal was still quicker, more intense, and played better overall, wearing down their London rivals.


Arsenal appeared to be confident, but they will be frustrated that they did not add to their total after the break and that they also let Chelsea score to give themselves a sliver of hope.


There is a serious problem in Chelsea:

In what has already been a season of unending suffering under the chaotic co-ownership of Todd Boehly and Behdad Eghbali, Lampard's return to Chelsea is turning into a nightmare.


The first 45 minutes of Chelsea's performance were a gutless disaster that gave the impression that there is something fundamentally wrong and rotten with the team.


Fans of Chelsea, who have already endured a lot this season, will have thought that the lack of effort, competitive edge, and passion was a new low.

Chelsea, who are now in 12th place, are a team that doesn't seem to have a structure or game plan.


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