Chelsea Star Celebrates Arsenal Win With Passionate Message To Fans

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Mkhitaryan followed Aubameyang's example by somehow also blazing over an nearly identical chance from close range. The former beat Fulham 3-1 and the latter beat West Ham 2-1.

However, unlike when David Moyes took over Sir Alex Ferguson's title-winning Manchester United side in 2013, Emery has a lot more work to do, with the Gunners having been on a slide for over a decade.

That nonetheless, Chelsea made it two wins from two under new boss Maurizo Sarri thanks to a dramatic 3-2 victory over London rivals Arsenal on Saturday at Stamford Bridge.

Meanwhile, Leicester City and Everton downed Wolves and Southampton respectively.

Hazard has played just 43 minutes of Premier League football under the Italian, but has managed two assists and looked like a real menace.

Chelsea host Arsenal in the first major London derby of the 2018/19 Premier League campaign on Saturday.

"It's very important for him", he added.

"We enjoy training, everyone is buying into his ideas".

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"The reaction after the 2-0 is very good".

"In the first half we are creating chances to score, and for that I am happy, I am in the match thinking we are well on the pitch".

"In the second half we needed to continue this control, but I think we don't push and keep possession like we did in the first half".

In contrast to Spurs, West Ham splurged almost £100 million in the transfer market to back new manager Manuel Pellegrini but still have no points to show for it after a second-half surrender to Bournemouth.

Iwobi said after the match that: "We started shaky, I don't know, maybe we didn't know what to do".

But there were still chances at either end as Petr Cech turned Ross Barkley's low effort behind before Aubameyang was unfortunate to be wrongly flagged offside when he did finally find the net.

Everton's revolution under Marco Silva gained more momentum at Goodison with Richarlison scoring his third goal in two games.

Richarlison headed Everton's second after former Southampton forward Theo Walcott had opened the scoring after a well-worked free-kick move from Leighton Baines and Morgan Schneiderlin.

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