- Arsenal vs Chelsea Premier League clash ended in favour of the visitors
- Aubameyang handed the Gunners the lead just 13 minutes into the action
- But two late goals from Jorginho and Abraham turned the game around for the Blues
Two late goals from Jorginho and Tammy Abraham inspired Chelsea to a dramatic comeback in Sunday's Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium.
The Blues ran off with a 2-1 victory over Arsenal having trailed for the most part of the match before the Brazilian-Italian midfielder leveled up for the visitors.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had earlier opened the scoring for Arsenal with his 13th of the season but it was not enough to save the Gunners from an embarrassing defeat.
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It was Mikel Arteta's first match at home since taking over from Unai Emery as Gunners' boss on permanent capacity.
The Spaniard's men were the dominant side through the opening exchanges of the tie and deservedly took the lead in the 13th minute through Aubameyang who nodded home from Calum Chambers' flick.
The home side lodged an appeal for a penalty six minutes later after Alexander Lacazette was brought down in the area, but Craig Pawson could hear none of that.
However, that did not stop Arteta's wards from pushing for a second goal, with their pressure up front forcing Frank Lampard to an early tactical change.
The second half of the clash saw Chelsea nearly draw level in the 48th minute, but N'Golo Kante fluffed the chance.
The Blues had to wait until the 83rd minute to restore parity through Jorginho who tapped home from Mason Mount's free-kick.
Tammy Abraham went on to bag the winner just three minutes to time to complete a stunning comeback for the Blues.
The victory was enough to cement Chelsea place in the top four and now remain fourth with 35 points, four above fifth-placed Man United.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea are planning to cough out a staggering £120 million to secure the services of Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho next month.
The Blues are hoping they can lure the England international to Stamford Bridge by paying the largest in the history of the winter transfer window according to Express Sport.
However, Frank Lampard will have to battle with Manchester United, who are also interested in the teenage sensation.
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