Last season, no Chelsea player was sent off in the league.
They also shut down a Chelsea juggernaut that had scored for 27 straight home matches under Antonio Conte.
Wenger's side was savaged by former players and pundits after the 4-0 loss at Liverpool last month but showed far greater steel on Sunday and a point was the least they deserved.
Sunday's match offered a head-to-head matchup between two strikers signed for big money in the summer, but neither Arsenal's Alexandre Lacazette or Chelsea's Alvaro Morata made much of an impression on the game. Even with Chelsea's rise, though, these matches have nearly always been contentious affairs, fought very close and with plenty of vile and venom between players and managers that genuinely dislike each other.
Wenger's tactical decisions have always been questioned when it comes to the big games but - despite fielding a team that was cohesive and organised throughout - Arsenal still had their most shots in the first half of an away Premier League game for a year. "And if there's a lot of importance that is riding on this game then it probably comes from the people associated with the club and the fans and what it means for them living in London".
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Speaking afterwards Wenger said: "It was a game of quality and intensity all over the pitch and we battled well". Wenger summoned for Sanchez, who replaced Lacazatte, while Eden Hazard - Chelsea's own game changer - came on for the home side.
Both teams had opportunities to collect all three points, but neither could make the breakthrough as the points were shared following an entertaining contest in the English capital. Chelsea are missing just one player, that being Danny Drinkwater thanks to his calf injury that will keep him out into October.
"It is very hard to see him (returning) before the global break".
"He needs time to recover".
"It's a pity because he was starting to work and adapt himself to our idea of football".