A resurgent 10-man Arsenal dug deep and chiselled out an important point away at Chelsea by playing out a 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday evening.

Jorginho and Cesar Azpilicueta twice put the home side ahead, but the Gunners, who went down to 10 men in the 26th minute, equalised twice and held on in the end for a deserved point.

After a fairly even start, Chelsea won a penalty when Shkodran Mustafi’s bad backpass let Tammy Abraham in. The striker was brought down by David Luiz, meaning the Arsenal defender had to be sent off and the subsequent spot-kick was converted by Jorginho.

The away side got back into it in the second half and equalised in the 63rd minute when Gabriel Martinelli ran 67 yards from defending his own corner to scoring at the other end all on his own.

Chelsea snatched the lead back in the 84th minute when a short corner caught Arsenal out and Azpilicueta made a ghosting run to finish his effort past Bernd Leno.

But, the Gunners were not done and equalised in the 87th minute, with Hector Bellerin curling a shot into the far bottom corner.

All in all, a magnificent result for Mikel Arteta’s men, especially given the circumstances.

Here’s how we rated the players after the game: