Didier Drogba responds to Tammy Abraham after Chelsea goal celebration vs Arsenal

Chelsea came back from behind against Arsenal for the first time this season in the Premier League to land a huge blow in the top four race.

The Gunners took the lead through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the first-half but their London rivals bounced back after the break.

However, it took two late goals to find the win in unlikely circumstances – the first coming from a huge error from Bernd Leno.

The German came out to collect a free-kick but completely misjudged the flight of the ball, allowing Jorginho to net a tap-in.

And less than five minutes later the Blues took the lead when Abraham converted Willian’s low cross from a blistering counter-attack.

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The Englishman celebrated by pumping his arms out and knee sliding in front of the traveling fans – much like a former Chelsea legend Drogba used to do.

The iconic Blues striker used to torment Arsenal – netting 13 against them during his time in London.

And he sent Abraham a message after he grabbed his first against them – sending fans into a frenzy.

He tweeted: “I get goosebumps re playing this goal and the celebration after @tammyabraham.

“@ChelseaFC what a win at the Emirates come on you bluuuues!!!!!!! #ARSCHE”

One fan replied: “Your playground Champ.”

Didier Drogba used to torment Arsenal at Chelsea

Another said: “Drogba….terrorised Arsenal through his career & now Tammy is on his path to do the same.”

And a third replied: “Our young Drogba following the footsteps of the actual one. Scoring against Arsenal & now hopefully a repeat of this against Bayern in the CL.”

“Tammy Abraham is following your footsteps closely you have laid the foundation for them and they are doing as you did and they will rise higher than you thank you for encouraging the youths,” another said.

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Chelsea have now gone five points clear of Tottenham and four from Manchester United as the race for the top four heats up.