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  1. truebluefan

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    The Frenchman has never tasted victory over Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and that record continued on Saturday as Arsenal were taken apart easily. Samuel Eto'o and Andre Schurrle capitalised on poor defending to put the hosts two goals ahead inside seven minutes.

    Things soon got worse for Arsenal as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain handled on the line after 15 minutes to concede a penalty that Eden Hazard converted. Before the kick was taken Kieran Gibbs was sent off. Oscar added further goals either side of half-time and substitute Mohamed Salah also got in on the act to round off Arsenal’s poor day.

    Arsenal sit seven points behind Chelsea having played a match fewer, and their performance continued a worrying trend this season in away matches against title rivals. Wenger's side had suffered 6-3 and 5-1 defeats at the hands of Manchester City and Liverpool respectively and appear likely to complete a ninth successive season without silverware.

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