There was something unavoidably familiar about Wednesday night’s Carabao Cup semi-final second-leg clash between Arsenal and Chelsea. This was the fifth time the two sides had met already this season, and yet again they were hard to separate. Their opening goalscorers were far from surprising too, the dependable Nacho Monreal, via a double deflection, for the hosts and the in-form Eden Hazard for the visitors.
Chelsea looked more in control of proceedings in the first half and created the better chances, but Arsenal improved hugely in the second period. They often had the side from… Read the full story