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Arsenal forward Leandro Trossard said that he was really pleased to score the equaliser against Chelsea on Saturday evening.
The Gunners produced one of their worst performances of the season at Stamford Bridge, but they still came up with a point.
The Blues were comfortably leading 2-0 in the 77th minute before a Robert Sanchez error allowed Declan Rice to score into an empty net.
Seven minutes later, Trossard scored a goal of his own after a brilliant assist from Bukayo Saka, who struggled for most of the derby.
Speaking after the comeback draw, Trossard was really pleased with his contribution which extended the club’s unbeaten league run.
“I’m really pleased [to score], obviously it’s nice if you can help the team with either a goal or an assist, and today, that went my way and I’m happy it gave us a point,” he said.
With the stalemate, the Gunners have jumped back to second in the standings and they are only behind Manchester City on goal difference.