Wednesday 26 October 2016

Wenger's 12 failed attempts at beating Mourinho

Arsenal 2 Chelsea 2, Premier League, December 12, 2004

Chelsea twice came from behind against defending champions Arsenal, with Eidur Gudjohnsen and John Terry cancelling out Thierry Henry's double.

Chelsea 0 Arsenal 0, Premier League, April 20, 2005

The Blues were held to a stalemate as they closed in on a first championship in 50 years with an 11-point lead with five games to play.

Arsenal 1 Chelsea 2, Community Shield, August 7, 2005

Didier Drogba netted twice as Mourinho's men won the season opener, with Cesc Fabregas replying for Arsenal.

Chelsea 1 Arsenal 0, Premier League, August 21, 2005

Again Drogba was on target as Chelsea inflicted an early blow in the title race.

Arsenal 0 Chelsea 2, Premier League, December 18, 2005

Chelsea stretched their advantage over Arsenal to 20 points with goals from Arjen Robben and Joe Cole to inflict the Gunners' third successive league loss for the first time in over 10 years.

Chelsea 1 Arsenal 1, Premier League, December 10, 2006

Michael Essien's thunderous strike six minutes from time earned Chelsea a point, preserving Mourinho's unbeaten league record at home, after Mathieu Flamini had put the visitors in front. Chelsea 2 Arsenal 1, League Cup final, February 25, 2007

A mass brawl marked the conclusion of a game sealed by two Drogba goals and featuring three red cards.

Arsenal 1 Chelsea 1, Premier League, May 6, 2007

Chelsea's title challenge came to an end as Manchester United won it courtesy of dropped points at the Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal 0 Chelsea 2, League Cup, October 29, 2013

Reunited after Mourinho's time in Italy and Spain, Wenger's side still could not beat the Portuguese's, despite the Blues fielding a team of out-of-favour players they claimed the victory through goals from Cesar Azpilicueta and Juan Mata.

Arsenal 0 Chelsea 0, Premier League, December 23, 2013

A defensive-minded Chelsea held on for a stalemate in a draw which took them fourth in the standings and Arsenal moved second, behind leaders Liverpool on goal difference.

Chelsea 6 Arsenal 0, Premier League, March 22, 2014

Referee Andre Marriner mistakenly sent off Kieran Gibbs instead of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as Arsenal embarrassingly capitulated in Wenger's 1,000th match in charge.

Chelsea 2 Arsenal 0, Premier League, October 5, 2014

Wenger shoved Mourinho as their long-running feud turned physical. The Portuguese played down the incident immediately after the win, through an Eden Hazard penalty and Diego Costa (left) strike, but later said he would have been given a stadium ban had he been the perpetrator of the push.

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