How to watch Arsenal vs. Chelsea in the ICC

Morata stepped up but telegraphed his kick and Cech dived low to his right to smother it.

Arsenal have defeated Premier League rivals Chelsea on penalties in this evening's International Champions Cup clash after playing out a 1-1 draw in normal time.

Rudiger found himself with a yard of space in the penalty area and was able to head home into the bottom corner of Petr Cech's goal. Ruben Loftus-Cheek stepped up to the mark on his Chelsea return... and missed.

Hudson-Odoi's audition for a starting spot in next weekend's Community Shield continued into the second half, as the youngster forced another save out of Cech and then played a part in winning a corner that Rudiger this time headed wide.

On the left flank, Hudson-Odoi tormented Hector Bellerin every time he ran at him, and in the 14th minute, the Spaniard was tempted into a rash tackle that led referee Paul McLaughlin to point to the penalty spot.

Man United stars to cut off holiday
And United manager Jose Mourinho has confirmed he will miss the start of the Premier League season due to surgery. United have one more pre-season game against Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena on August 5.

Morata looked short of confidence all night, with the centre-forward role maybe causing Sarri the most problems in his squad as he enters his first season in England.

Others to catch the eye for the Blues were £50m midfield signing Jorginho and substitute goalkeeper Marcin Bulka, who saved well from Alex Iwobi and Lacazette late on.

Here's our player ratings for the players who started the game.

It has been an interesting match for the gunners even though they have failed to score a goal but they have had some few chances which they have failed to convert so they will be hoping to improve in the second half after they receive some inspirational talk from Unai Emery.

There were encouraging signs as the Gunners built towards their Premier League opener against Manchester City on August 12.

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