Chelsea's Cesc Fabregas goes down in the penalty area after this challenge from Arsenal's Santi Cazorla and is later awarded a yellow card for simulation
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Chelsea will have to keep the champagne on ice for at least a week after their seemingly inevitable progress towards the Premier League title was checked by a goalless draw away to Arsenal Sunday.Sunday's fiery clash ended with Arsenal going level on points with second-placed Manchester City, with both clubs 10 points adrift of Chelsea, who like the Gunners have five league matches left to play this season.Had United won on Merseyside, they would have climbed into second place.United manager van Gaal said his side, who've now lost seven league matches this season, had been out-fought by Everton.
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