Wenger's courageous team selection left his Chilean star on the bench, who is still yet to start a Premier League game after failing to sign for Manchester City this summer, while Ozil missed the game through injury.
The Welshman has been Arsenal's best player so far this season and has consistently provided everything Arsenal need from a central midfielder. "It was an intense game". Danny Welbeck and Alexandre Lacazette both missed sitters in the first-half - the French striker blazing over from five yards out - while Aaron Ramsey also rattled an upright before the break.
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Arsenal's hard-fought display has led the former Gunners defender to praise the the North London side, stating that they no longer need the services of Sanchez and Ozil. The Blues, who won the title last season saw only two red cards in whole of their title winning campaign last season.
According to Italian outlet TransferMarketWeb (via the Daily Star's James Benson), the Gunners could sign the Frenchman as a replacement if either Alexis Sanchez or Mesut Ozil leaves-a possibility if Arsenal look to recoup some money on either one ahead of their contracts expiring next summer. "This showed the strength of their XI is better than any individual", the 51-year-old said.
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It's a different story for Antonio Conte though, as the Chelsea man has earned an astonishing 247 points - almost 2.5 points per game.
'I think, in the end, even though we didn't get the three points, we performed and now we can go with that into the next game'. "Late on it was opening up, and maybe we could have nicked the win then, but it wasn't to be". "Both teams are great teams, it's a good draw".
Arsenal remain stuck in the bottom half of the table but despite their lowly position of 12th, Aaron Ramsey believes they're on the way up.
"We want to win every home game".
Given recent showings, Sunday's result was a good one for Arsenal, and Neville is right in saying it serves as the flawless example for the necessary work ethic for success. "We can build from that".