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Bellerin strikes in stoppage time to earn Arsenal draw against Chelsea

Bellerin strikes in stoppage time to earn Arsenal draw against Chelsea

Eden Hazard scored one of the four goals in Chelsea's 2-2 draw with Arsenal tonight, a match that was as riveting and entertaining as you'll ever see.

His Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger hailed his display as the Gunners grabbed a point after a late Hector Bellerin strike pulled the home side level after Marcos Alonso thought he had grabbed the victor for the West Londoners minutes earlier.

However, that ban could yet be extended if the FA decide to extend the charge in the wake of his comments both before and after Wednesday's 2-2 draw against Chelsea.

Wenger suggested before the match that supposed poor calls made in games against Stoke City, Watford, Manchester City and West Brom represented a "concerning coincidence" and claimed that Dean "saw what he wanted to see".

Controversial decisions have dogged Arsenal over the past few weeks
Controversial decisions have dogged Arsenal over the past few weeks

Wenger expressed his angered at referee Mike Dean when Arsenal were held to a 1-1 draw at West Brom, who were awarded a penalty for handball. He believes Hazard should have been cautioned for simulation.

As he is already being charged with the comments from the West Brom game, there is a possibility that Wenger could face a touchline ban as a effect of the FA's latest correspondence with him.

"I maintain what I said in the press conference - 100 per cent", Wenger said. "I stick to everything I said without a problem". I try to serve this game with honesty and integrity and when I have something to say, I say it'. On that front, nothing will change.

"I think we should won this game because of the chances we had". That's why I can also be demanding and what I want from them is to be at the top.

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