It was a night for great football as Arsenal drew 2-2 with Chelsea in the Premier League, but there was some great camaraderie on show too.
After an entertaining but goalless first half, Jack Wilshere opened the scoring around the hour mark with his first goal since May 2015.
Eden Hazard levelled things up with a penalty less than five minutes later before Marcos Alonso looked to have won Chelsea the match as he struck with six minutes to go.
Yet there was still time for Arsenal to grab an equaliser as Hector Bellerin rifled home in injury time – before Davide Zappacosta thumped the crossbar moments later.
In the first half, however, a fine display of friendship was shown between Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas and Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez.
The Chilean reacted angrily as a foul was awarded against him for a challenge on his former Barcelona teammate, but instead of trying to convince the referee to flash his cards, Fabregas chose to grab Sanchez in an embrace.
It worked, as the Arsenal man trotted off with a smile on his face and without a booking.
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