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The London derby game between Chelsea and Arsenal ended in a goalless draw and it saw David Luiz get a red card towards the end of the game.

See the player ratings from the game:

Courtois: Was in good form for Chelsea in goal today and made a number of good saves to keep the scores level. 7.5/10

Azpilicueta: Gave a solid defensive showing and helped make the likes of Lacazette and Welbeck go missing. 7/10

David Luiz: Marred his performance with a red card that kept Chelsea at the edge towards the end of the game. 5/10

Cahill: Came back from suspension and justified his start with a good performance. His first-half performance was a bit shaky, but he did well in the second-half. 6.5/10

Moses: Was good today and showed the gaffer that he wants the right wing-back spot. Constantly went up and down the right flank. 7/10

Kante: He barely has a bad game for Chelsea and put in a great deal of work in midfield for Chelsea. 7.5/10

Fabregas: Gave a couple of neat passes in midfield and was missing at some point in the game. 6.5/10

Alonso: Started out as the left wing-back and had a decent game. 6/10

Willian: Was threatening for Chelsea in the first-half, but looked less dangerous in the second-half and was substituted in the second-half for Hazard. 6.5/10

Morata: Lacked service today and didn’t have any clear shot on goal. 6/10

Pedro: Was dangerous in the first-half but didn’t make it to the second-half as he suffered a discomfort in the first-half. 6/10


Bakayako: Was a half-time sub and was one of Chelsea’s best players in the second-half. Worked hard in the middle of the park and also did well on the counter. 7/10

Hazard: Barely had 20 minutes on the pitch but was dangerous and added bite to the Chelsea attack. 7/10

Christensen: Replaced Morata with just two minutes left of the game after Luiz got a red card in the dying minutes of the game.

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