Arsenal slipped to their sixth defeat in seven years at Stamford Bridge today as Chelsea ran out comfortable 3-1 winners.
Marcos Alonso continued his fine form and gave the Blues the lead with a header after just 13 minutes – his fourth goal of the season.
And Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville thinks Alonso's goal was well-deserved because he "battered" Hector Bellerin all game.
“It’s just a height thing, an aggression thing,” Neville told Sky Sports.
“Alonso v Bellerin, there is no chance. Alsono is bigger than him, stronger than him.
"He has battered him and nearly put him into the back of the net at the same time. It’s a back-breaker for Bellerin.
“It typifies where the two teams are at.
I have some sympathy for Hector Bellerin – he had no chance
"I have some sympathy for Bellerin there, he had no chance.
"Alonso had the run on him. He needed the keeper but I’m not sure Petr Cech knew where the ball was.
“The only thing he can do as the smaller player is somehow barge the player as it comes in to halt his run.”