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Premier League: Two things we learnt as Chelsea outclassed Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday

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Chelsea cruised to their second league victory with a convincing win over London rivals Arsenal on Sunday evening. The blues beat the Gunners 2-0, with Romelu Lukaku and James getting on the score sheet.

Lukaku, who returned to Chelsea after leaving in 2013 and almost a decade since making his debut for the Blues, finally got his first ever goal for the club after tapping in from a James cross following a linkup play.

James, on the other hand, got the second goal after lashing a shot over Bernd Leno after being out on goal by Mason Mount.

With the three points in the bag for the Blues, here are two things we learnt from the clash at the Emirates on Sunday.

1. Chelsea have what it takes to challenge for the premier league title.

With that convincing win over Arsenal, it is evident that the blues can mount a serious charge in winning the Premier League title this season.

Having found their missing piece in attack in the form of Lukaku, who would be expected to be in great form as he was with Milan, the Blues will be very difficult to beat this season.

Aside the improvement in the goal scoring area, the Chelsea are almost impossible to score against too having kept their opponents out in the two games played so far.

Though it still very early into the season, we can see how much Thomas Tuchel’s side have improved.

2. Arsenal is too big for Arteta to handle

When Arteta was appointed as manager in 2019, not many thought he would bring anything special or take the team back to its Glory days again and not too much was expected either.

The Spaniard, who was also a former player for the Gunners, had no coaching experience and was only an assistant to Guardiola at Manchester City before Arsenal decided to hire him.

Despite winning the FA Cup and the Community Shield for Arsenal, we can see that Arteta is not good enough to handle such a big club like Arsenal. They deserve better, and the fact that the Gunners finished 9th last campaign along with their poor start to the campaign proves that a change is needed immediately at the Emirates.

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