Arsenal heroically forced Chelsea to a goalless draw and ultimately ended their six-year losing streak at Stamford Bridge. The encounter was indeed a great response to last weekend's defeat at Liverpool as they earned a hard-fought point against Chelsea. However, Antonio Conte's side lost total control of the game when center defender David Luiz was given a red card in the first half. The booking was the Brazilian's first red card in the Epl in 119 outings. The both teams squandered numerous chances in front of goal, and they eventually settled for a draw.

Chelsea is third with ten points, while Arsenal lies twelfth in the standings with seven points. Here's the match in details.

Chelsea outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Thibaut Courtois (6.73). Defender - David Luiz (6.50), César Azpilicueta (seven points), Gary Cahill (7.20), Victor Moses (6.49), Marcos Alonso (6.38). Midfielder - N'Golo Kanté (7.30), Cesc Fàbregas (7.31), Willian (6.68), Pedro (6.09). Forward - Álvaro Morata (6.20). Used substitutes - Eden Hazard (6.59), Andreas Christensen (6.25), Tiemoué Bakayoko (6.80).

Team's strength and weakness: Chelsea was solid at setting up goal-bound opportunities through individual efforts and were poor at finishing.

Antonio Conte's men were aggressive, and they were often caught offside.

Style of play: Chelsea favored through balls and operated through the right side.

Arsenal outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Petr Cech (7.30). Defender - Laurent Koscielny (7.69), Shkodran Mustafi (7.25), Nacho Monreal (7.54), Héctor Bellerín (6.69), Sead Kolasinac (seven points).

Midfielder - Granit Xhaka (seven points), Aaron Ramsey (7.66), Alex Iwobi (6.20), Danny Welbeck (6.43). Forward - Alexandre Lacazette (5.90). Used substitutes - Alexis Sánchez (six points), Mohamed Elneny (six points), Olivier Giroud (6.05).

Team's strength and weakness: Arsenal's defense were aggressive in their tackles and gave away lots of free kicks around their half.

Style of play: Arsene Wenger's men largely launched attacks from the both sides.

Man of the Match

Aaron Ramsey did well in the midfield for Arsenal. His contributions apparently held Chelsea to a bay. The Welshman completed a total of seventy-one touches.

This weekend fixtures

Chelsea will hit the road to face Stoke City at the Bet365 Stadium on Saturday 23. Two days later, Arsenal will play host to West Bromwich Albion at the Emirates.