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Arsenal thrash hopeless Chelsea

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 By Chris Wright

Chelsea legend Didier Drogba keeps Theo Walcott in check after win

Arsenal downed their London rivals for the first time since 2011 in convincing fashion.
Arsenal downed their London rivals for the first time since 2011 in convincing fashion.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Arsenal completely controlled proceedings against a somewhat lacklustre Chelsea side.

As you're no doubt aware, Arsenal managed to actually beat Chelsea for the first time in what feels like decades, romping to a comprehensive 3-0 win at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday evening.

A quick blitz of first-half goals was enough to secure Arsene Wenger his first league win against the Blues since way back in October of 2011.

In the direct aftermath of the game, Theo Walcott -- who scored the Gunners' second goal -- marked the result by posting a celebratory image on his Twitter account.

 By Tony Evans

When Arsene Wenger gets it right, Arsenal can beat anyone in their path

Arsenal downed their London rivals for the first time since 2011 in convincing fashion.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Arsenal completely controlled proceedings against a somewhat lacklustre Chelsea side.

LONDON -- When Arsene Wenger gets things right, there are few greater sights in football. Against Chelsea on Saturday, the Arsenal manager was spot-on. If he can replicate this kind of performance in the coming weeks, there is a real chance of the Premier League trophy returning to the Emirates after a 12-year absence.

The 3-0 victory over Chelsea was a triumph in many ways. It came at the beginning of a week that will see the Frenchman lauded for his two decades in charge in north London. It...

West Ham United interested in signing Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas

Shaka Hislop is not convinced by Cesc Fabregas this season and believes he's no longer the player he was two years ago.

The transfer window might be shut, but don't think the wheeling and dealing won't continue!

Free transfers can still be submitted to the FAs, plus there's January to start thinking about. As always, you can see all the latest deals here.

West Ham join race to provide Fabregas escape route

Cesc Fabregas battled hard to win back his place for Chelsea against Arsenal on Saturday evening, but the Spaniard could not produce his best, as the Gunners ran riot in a 3-0 win.

The Mirror suggested that West...

 By Phil Lythell

Cahill completes worst-ever Chelsea display as Blues slump to 3-0 defeat

Arsenal downed their London rivals for the first time since 2011 in convincing fashion.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Arsenal completely controlled proceedings against a somewhat lacklustre Chelsea side.

The tone of Chelsea's 3-0 loss to Arsenal was set by a dreadful lapse in concentration from Gary Cahill in the 11th minute, which allowed Alexis Sanchez a clear run on goal before the Chilean found the far corner of the net.

Arsenal's lead was doubled in the blink of an eye as more slack defending was exposed by some sharp passing from the home side that was rounded off by a crisp finish from Theo Walcott. The scoring was completed before the break when another piece of comedic defending eventually...

 By Michael Cox

Chelsea's defence terrible in almost every respect in 3-0 loss to Arsenal

Arsenal downed their London rivals for the first time since 2011 in convincing fashion.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley says Arsenal completely controlled proceedings against a somewhat lacklustre Chelsea side.

There's been plenty of discussion about Albert Einstein in English football this week. One of his most famous proverbs felt particularly apt at the Emirates on Saturday: "The definition of madness is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results." If this is the case, Chelsea supporters have reason to be concerned about Antonio Conte.

Even in isolation, this was a terrible defensive performance from Chelsea in almost every respect. They were wide open when Arsenal countered,...

Arsenal confidently thrash Chelsea to snap nine-game winless league run

Arsenal downed their London rivals for the first time since 2011 in convincing fashion.
Arsene Wenger was full of praise for his team after their 3-0 thrashing of Chelsea, saying the whole squad was near faultless.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from the Emirates as Arsenal's first-half flurry resulted in a comfortable 3-0 win over Chelsea...

1. Arsenal begin Wenger celebrations in style

It wasn't quite 20 years in the making but it was a 3-0 win that ended over four years of waiting. Arsenal set themselves up perfectly to celebrate the anniversary of Arsene Wenger's 1996 appointment next week by claiming their first victory over Chelsea since 2011, and with a performance aptly harking back to the manager's...