The Gunners had a rapid start as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang reacted quickest to Chambers’ flick-on and heads the ball past Arrizabalaga to take the lead.
The Gunners were able to stifle Chelsea for the majority of the first half without being overly clinical in the final third.
83 minutes on, a howler from Leno allowed Chelsea to equalise. Mount whipped a free-kick into the box and it should be an easy claim or punch from the German goalkeeper.
4 minutes later, the Blues’ confidence surged and they hit the home side on the counter as Abraham fired the blues ahead.
An Arsenal attack peters out and Abraham carries the ball forward with pace. He offloads to Willian in space down the right inside channel and the Brazilian cuts it back to his team-mate in the middle.
A perfect response from Chelsea to their defeat to Southampton last time out.
While Chelsea are away at Brighton and Hove Albion on the same day.