Chelsea boss, Mauricio Pochettino, has lamented his side inability to defeat Arsenal after going two goal up in the encounter on Saturday.
Chelsea surrendered a two goal lead 13 minutes to the end of the thrilling encounter.
Cole Palmer and Mykhailo Mudryk gave Pochettino’s men the lead, but goals from Declan Rice and Leandro Trossard ensured Mikel Arteta’s men earned a point.
Pochettino, speaking to MOTD, said: “I think we lost two points. We are disappointed but you can not change the analysis and the judgement of the game. We were very competitive against a very good team fighting for the Premier League last season.
“We are a young team and I think the way we competed is a lot to be proud but we’re disappointed because after 77 minutes when we conceded the first goal I think we were better. The game was under control and we were playing well and dominating the game.
“But when you concede there is a risk. Yes, we’re disappointed but we have to take positive things. I wan to see my players sad because they lost two points. We are in a good direction. It’s important we show the people we can compete at this level.”