Tammy Abraham and Jorginho Send Message to Arsenal After Chelsea Win

Tammy Abraham and Jorginho Send Message to Arsenal After Chelsea Win

Tammy Abraham and Jorginho both said ‘London is blue’ after Chelsea beat Arsenal this afternoon.

The Blues pair were influential as Frank Lampard’s men left the Emirates with all three points after a 2-1 win.

Arsenal had looked very good under Mikel Arteta – in his first game – and took the lead thanks to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s goal.

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But Chelsea clawed their way back into the game when Jorginho took advantage of a Bernd Leto mistake to tap home.

And Abraham scored shortly after to clinch it late on for the visitors.

Taking to Chelsea’s official Twitter after the game, Abraham and Jorginho looked delighted – and sent a message to Arsenal:

With that victory, Chelsea are now sitting in fourth in the Premier League table – four points above Manchester United in fifth and three points behind Manchester City in third.

Chelsea don’t play again until facing Brighton on New Year’s Day in a game that they will be expecting to win despite being away from home.

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