Arsenal, with 10-men, fought back and drew 2-2 against Chelsea last night, a result that has made manager Mikel Arteta believe in a top-four finish.
Hector Bellerin’s late strike after a Cesar Azpilicueta goal ensured the Gunners did not leave Stamford Bridge empty-handed, even after David Luiz's 26th-minute red card.
'I am so proud of the team, how they reacted, how they step up when a team-mate makes a mistake and that is what they did, all of them.'
'I said to the team I want to see how you behave in this stadium, We are hoping to fight for the Champions League until the end.'
The 2-2 result was not that good, if you actually think about it, because, a point still has the Gunners closer to the relegation zone than a CL spot.
As football fans now say, ‘it’s the hope that kills’.
There are still 15 games to play and hope might still be there, but Arsenal is currently 10 points off Frank Lampard's side in fourth.