Jan 18 Thursday 2018 09:20 PM
The beauty of the sports lies in the way it is played, not its outcome. This adage found its significance in a football match played at Derby , England on 4 Jan when Arsenal and Chelsea played their hearts out but, none of them won the match in the end.
Chelsea is currently in the third place of league table while Arsenal is at sixth. The match started slowly with no goal being scored for the first hour, courtesy to the goalkeepers of both the sides. However, at 63 minutes, Jack Wilshare scored the first goal of the match for Arsenal which was followed by an equalizer from Chelsea just four minutes later. Chelsea scored another goal soon and looked in command but Hector Bellarin scored a fabulous goal in the extra time to deny Chelsea another victory. The match had many exciting moments with players from both the sides playing attacking game, but not being able to score. Ultimately the game ended as a draw with 2-2 but not without providing fans with a memorable game of soccer which they will never forget.
Both Chelsea and Arsenal are very good football clubs and this kind of competition is what the fans come to watch for. But none would have expected that the game which started so slowly will reach a point where even substitutes will feel exhausted by the end of game’s play. Now since both the teams are exactly where they were before in the league table, they have to fight even harder if they want to come on top.
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