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Chelsea produced a stunning late comeback to beat Arsenal, consigning Mikel Arteta to defeat on his home debut as Arsenal boss.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gave the hosts the lead in the 13th minute before Jorginho equalised for the Blues after 83 minutes. Four minutes later, Tammy Abraham scored Chelsea’s winner.
Chelsea’s comeback victory over Arsenal at the Emirates means Chelsea became the first team to come from behind at half-time to win away at Arsenal in the Premier League since Spurs in November 2010.
Revealing how he inspired the comeback against Arsenal, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard told BBC Sport: “From my point of view you can accept a miss-pass but you can’t accept lethargy in a London derby.
“The players were told that and they delivered. The second half was nothing to do with tactics it was all to do with spirit and desire.
“I still haven’t bounced back from Boxing Day mentally (loss to Southampton).
“Our next home games we’ll do everything we can to turn the corner.
“We’re still in fourth and want more and the home games have been different so we have to focus on them when they come around.”