The Gunners torpedoed Chelsea, Arsenal is not giving up the title

With a 5:0 triumph, Arsenal reached the most convincing victory over Chelsea in history, while for the "blues" this is the second heaviest defeat in London derbies after Queens Park Rangers defeated them 1986:6 in 0.

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Edegord, White and Saka celebrate one of the goals against Chelsea, Photo: Reuters
Edegord, White and Saka celebrate one of the goals against Chelsea, Photo: Reuters
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A shock defeat to Aston Villa may have left them without a leadership position, but the "cannons" from north London are loud again, and the "Emirates" are still dreaming of the title...

What a performance by Arsenal, what a lesson to the great city rival - the "gunners" "smashed" Chelsea with 5:0 in the last match of the 29th round of the Premier League (5:0).

Mikel Arteta's men are now at the top with a match in hand and have three points more than Liverpool, while the "virtual leader" Manchester City, which has two less games played, is now at "minus four".

Arsenal's show started already after four minutes when Leandro Trosar once again confirmed that he is in great form - it was his fifth goal in the last eight games.

In the first half, Chelsea had certain chances, and then the "gunners" sank it in 18 minutes - from the 52nd to the 70th, they scored twice Ben White i Kai Havertz.

With a 5:0 triumph, Arsenal reached the most convincing victory over Chelsea in history, while for the "blues" this is the second heaviest defeat in London derbies after Queens Park Rangers defeated them 1986:6 in 0.

Rivals of the "gunners" in the championship race will take to the field in the next two days - Liverpool will host a city derby with Everton on Wednesday (21 p.m.), while Brighton will host City on Thursday (21).

Standings provided by Sofascore

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