Arsenal vs Chelsea Live Football Score 23-07-2022

Arsenal vs Chelsea Live Football Score 23-07-2022

Arsenal is going head to head with Chelsea starting on 24 Jul 2022 at 00:00 UTC . The match is a part of the Florida Cup.
Currently, Arsenal rank 2nd, while Chelsea hold 1st position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? SofaScore’s rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.

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Bukayo Saka banished his Euro 2020 final penalty shoot-out ghosts by converting a spot-kick as Arsenal toppled Chelsea 4-2 to reignite their bid for a top-four Premier League finish.
The England forward slotted home his first-ever penalty for Arsenal to seal the Gunners’ vital win over the Blues, that drew Mikel Arteta’s men level with fourth-placed Tottenham in the table.

Saka missed the last penalty in England’s 3-2 shoot-out defeat to Italy in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley last July.
The 20-year-old won the late spot-kick at Stamford Bridge by drawing a foul from Cesar Azpilicueta, and quickly insisted on taking the penalty himself.
Saka dismissed any nerves by side-footing home to boot, to put the seal on a crucial win for the Gunners.
Eddie Nketiah had twice seized upon slipshod defending to drive Arsenal into a 3-2 lead before Saka’s strike.

Nketiah capitalised on Andreas Christensen’s woefully under-hit back-pass for his first Arsenal goal in 367 days, to open the scoring in west London.
The 22-year-old forward later settled a scrappy but engrossing contest when three attempted Chelsea clearances landed the ball straight into his path and through on goal.
Timo Werner’s deflected effort had Chelsea level quickly after Nketiah’s first goal, with captain Azpilicueta then cancelling out a fine finish from Emile Smith Rowe before half-time.

The fatigued and off-kilter Blues were made to pay for a string of errors however, with £98million striker Romelu Lukaku again failing to fire.
Toni Rudiger’s absence with a minor groin problem destabilised Chelsea’s defence, and Christensen endured a night to forget.
The Denmark international was withdrawn at half-time in a below-par showing, but not even the peerless Thiago Silva could sharpen up the hosts.

Arsenal took full advantage of Chelsea’s malaise to notch just their second win in six league matches, breaking a wretched run of results to move below Spurs on goal difference, leaving the race to finish fourth wide open.
Out of so much chaos, some order. Arsenal claimed a first win in four, to recharge their challenge for the top four, at one of the unlikeliest of venues. And that, largely, from the least likely of heroes. Eddie Nketiah hadn’t scored a league goal in 367 games before this trip to Chelsea, and his team hadn’t scored in three games against mid-table teams.

It took seven minutes for that to change, the striker eventually hitting his second to send Mikel Arteta’s team on the way to a raucous 4-2 victory just when it seemed their season was tail-spinning.
It was admittedly difficult to escape the feeling that a relatively secure Chelsea weren’t at their most focused, not that Thomas Tuchel will see it that way. He was often furious on the line, as his team were so fractious on the pitch.

That won’t matter to Arsenal, but the result will. It will matter quite a great deal. It was, quite possibly, season-changing. That genuinely can’t be overstated, given the looming sense that this fixture would make it four defeats in a row, and an unexpected chance at a Champions League place was frittering away.

Arsenal instead displayed impressive opportunism, as best symbolised by Nketiah. He ensured his side took advantage of Chelsea’s laxness, which was signalled – and often caused – by Andreas Christensen.
Chelsea and Arsenal are two of the most successful football clubs based in London.

While Chelsea have won five Premier League titles, two UEFA Champions League crowns, seven FA Cup titles, Arsenal have bagged 13 League titles and 14 FA Cup trophies.
Since Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich bought Chelsea in 2003, the rivalry between the Blues and Arsenal, which is termed as the London derby, has been of greater significance in English football as both the sides competed constantly for the Premier League title.
Chelsea vs Arsenal: Head-to-head record in all competitions

Chelsea and Arsenal met for the first time on November 9, 1907 at Stamford Bridge. Since then, both sides have clashed 205 times across all competitions, with the Gunners winning 81 matches while the Blues have secured 66 victories. Meanwhile, 58 matches have ended in stalemates.
Interestingly, Chelsea and Arsenal have played only 21 matches in the FA Cup, with Arsenal winning 10 while Chelsea have claimed five victories.
Similarly, only eight matches have been played between the two sides in the League Cup. Chelsea have a slight edge in the head-to-head record with four wins and three defeats.

Chelsea and Arsenal have faced each other only twice in the Champions League, with the Blues winning one match while the other ended in a draw during the 2003/04 season.

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