Chelsea's run of red cards leaves Conte bemused


Aaron Ramsey believed Arsenal righted the wrongs of Liverpool with their performance at Chelsea on Sunday.

Chelsea and Arsenal played an entertaining goalless draw in their Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge as David Luiz saw red late on for a tackle on Saed Kolasinac. David Luiz was sent off with five minutes to go after a reckless challenge on Sead Kolasinac but the Gunners simply did not have enough time to make the man-advantage count.

"It was about mentality and a response from our last away game", Wenger said after the final whistle.

"It was an intense game".

"We were focused and determined".

"We tried to play when we had the ball and we were close to winning the game".

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Arsenal shock helped Antonio Conte understand his Chelsea squad
In both games they had a man sent off, which Conte made pointed reference to at his Friday afternoon press conference. However, they couldn't record back-to-back wins, as they fell to a 1-0 defeat on the road at Stoke City.

"We are not in a transfer period and on the day we played Liverpool that affected us".

"We feel we're in a good place and now need to keep building on this".

The second half lacked the excitement of the first and the introductions of Eden Hazard and Alexis Sanchez from the two substitutes' benches did not provide the desired spark.

Pedro wasted Chelsea's best chance in the first half when he was sent clear by Cesc Fabregas but finished tamely.

That is likely to mean that Luiz will miss his side's next three league games which will include the visit of fellow title-contenders Manchester City.

A disappointing Chelsea display ended on a sour note when Luiz followed through recklessly on Kolasinac and referee Michael Oliver reached for his red card.