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Chelsea played a 2-2 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night, and it’s that kind of draw that felt like a defeat from a Chelsea perspective.

Speaking after the game, Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen revealed that the Chelsea players were happy with their performance in the dressing room but were unhappy to only take a point from the game.

“From an outside perspective it was a crazy game, I think the players involved would have wanted it to be a bit more calm and at our own tempo but that’s how it was,” said the Danish defender.

“We were 1-0 down to begin with so to turn it around and go 2-1 up we were super happy about that, but in the end they got the goal.

“In the changing room we were happy with our performance, and the way we reacted, but we were a little bit disappointed that they got the goal.”

Chelsea have just one defeat in our past 14 Premier League matches and the Blues were able come through the busy Christmas and New Year period having secured home wins over Brighton and Stoke, and draws away at Everton and Arsenal.

Christensen also admitted that the players are totally focused on the task at hand.

He added: “The players have to perform every time and even though it’s a hard period we’re going through right now everybody is 100 per cent focused and ready to do the best they can on the day, that will never change.”

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