Manchester Utd thrash Everton, Chelsea and Arsenal draw

In this morning's other clash, Chelsea was held to a 0-0 draw for the first time in nearly 20 months today when Arsenal produced the type of disciplined display lacking during recent setbacks to frustrate the Premier League champions.

Hazard, who missed Chelsea's entire pre-season with an ankle injury, has been among Conte's substitutes for the Blues' last three matches and the Belgian impressed after replacing Willian in the side's 0-0 draw against Arsenal.

And David Luiz saw red for a high challenge on Sead Kolasinac with three minutes remaining, marking the third straight match Chelsea have had a player sent off against Arsenal and rounding off a poor performance from Antonio Conte's men.

Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey told Sky Sports: "We needed that against a top team".

Chelsea coach Antonio Conte had ordered his players not to lose their discipline against Arsenal on Sunday.

"Every game against Arsenal is always very tough and we knew very well what type of game we had to face today and it is normal I think".

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"I repeat that we have great respect for them".

"We have great respect for officials, but it is unusual to finish a third game in a row against Arsenal with 10 men", Conte said. "It was an intense game", Wenger said. "You need to see what happened before the tackle".

"I think we have to try to improve all the situations physical, tactical and we will try to pay more attention in the future".

Both sides had their chances and Arsenal even had a goal ruled out for offside.

On his midfield partnership with Granit Xhaka, the Welshman added: "Me and Granit have played a lot of games together and have a good understanding".

A disappointing afternoon for Chelsea and the Stamford Bridge crowd having failed to beat an Arsenal team that looked there for the taking.

  • Ismael Montgomery