Ambitious Arsenal beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge 4-2 to go fifth position and keep their top four dreams alive after failing to gather any point in their last three matches.
The Gunners took the lead on two occasions but twice the Blues came back. However, things turned around in the second half as strike from Eddie Nkietiah gave a third lead, before Bukayo Saka’s spot kick sealed it all at Stamford Bridge.
The victory means Gunners are now tied on points with Spurs who are fourth on table with both sides having played equal matches though goal difference gives Spurs the edge.
Gunners would have landed in the third position if they had won their last three matches before this win at Stamford Bridge, but they have their hopes rekindled with six more matches to end the season.