Arsenal Chelsea score
Jamie Carragher on Terry: "He is the best centre half the Premier League has seen. In 20 years we will talk of 'the John Terry position' - that position he takes up at the front post to stop things before they come in."
Jamie C also adds: "The foul from Ospina on Oscar is a definite penalty."
Here's Matt Law's Five Things We Learnt
With around 11 minutes remaining, the chant ‘Boring, boring Chelsea’ rang around the Emirates. One man in the Arsenal stands might have been rather more appreciative of Jose Mourinho’s approach, however. Former Gunners manager George Graham built the ‘1-0 to the Arsenal’ team that was famous for its defensive stability. Results came before reputation for Graham and it is very much for the same Mourinho, who started with no recognised strikers in his Chelsea team.
Santi is booked. And now here's Chelsea with a pacy break, Nacho Monreal has little choice but to haul down the runner and he is justly booked. That will be the last action of the match.
With four minutes of added time to play, Arsenal come very close to pinching the points when Sanchez spots Monreal on the overlap down the left and frees him with an elegant pass. Monreal speeds to the byline and centres, low, Ozil has a splendid chance to shoot but sadly manages to kick nothing but thin air. Dat Guy Welbz also fails to make much contact and the pervading sense that this game is not destined to see a goal deepens. Raymond Reardon writes:
Cesc Fabregas is withdrawn and is given rather a decent hand by the Arsenal supporters.
Ozil having more and more influence, but his teammates not quite reading his moves. Ramsey has been booked for a calculated foul on a breaking Chelsea player.
Mesut Ozil and Sanchez within a whisker of combining, the Chelsea defence opening up but the ball is just slightly overhit. End to end stuff without there being any actual stuff at either of the ends.
A curious pinball type situation in the Chelsea area where an unremarkable cross pings off two, then three Chelsea players before eventually being cleared. No Arsenal man within ten yards of the play, mind you.
Meanwhile, Olivier Giroud and his handsome face are coming off, and Theo Walcott is the man who will replace him. The situation could well be made for Ickle Theo's pacy breaks. A ball is lofted into the Chelsea area but Courtois merely extends a limb or two to gather it without the slightest trouble.
Yet another injury, Courtois goes up to claim a cross, takes a hard fall and decides to have a bit of a lie-down.
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