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Frank Lampard admitted Chelsea had ridden their luck en route to a dramatic, come-from-behind 2-1 win at Arsenal but argued that they made it themselves after harsh words at half-time.

Arsenal dominated for the opening half-hour, scoring through Pierre‑Emerick Aubameyang and forcing Lampard into a tactical substitution on 33 minutes when he replaced the left wing-back, Emerson, with the midfielder Jorginho. That was the start of the turnaround and Chelsea came to control the game in the second half.

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