Chelsea were in action yesterday against Arsenal as they all looked forward to grab all the three points by the end of the final whistle. They all had a good run in the recent matches.
In yesterday's match, each team looked strong enough to grab all the three points by the end of the final whistle since they all created multiple chances upfront.
The match was goalless until In the second half where Gabriel Magalhaes opened the scoring in the 63rd minute. Chelsea tried to pull one back but the Gunners defence was too solid for them to break. Arsenal ended up winning all the three points as they continued to lead the Premier League table.
In that match one of the players who impressed is Bukayo Saka. The English forward displayed an great performance where he gave Chelsea defenders a headache. Chelsea are known to be having one of the best defence in the Premier League with top defenders like Thiago Silva.
The Brazilian defender has been giving top strikers a headache since he joined the Premier League. Yesterday however, he found it hard to stop Bukayo Saka who has been one of the key players for the Gunners.
This now means that Bukayo Saka gave Thiago Silva a headache in yesterday's match.
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