1533 GMT: Chelsea's Juan Mata, speaking on Sky TV, says: "It was a very, very good win. It was four or five games in a row we are not winning here at Stamford Bridge."
Frank Lampard takes the penalty kick which put Chelsea 2-1 up against Arsenal at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. Chelsea achieve only their third home win under Rafa Benitez, hanging on victory after a spirited second half fightback by the visitors.
"Arsenal scored a beautiful goal by Walcott," Mata said, adding, however, that Chelsea were ready for the Arsenal fightback after the break.
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