'David Luiz Cam' Delights Viewers During The Final Minute Of The Chelsea Vs Arsenal Match

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The suspended David Luiz watched in the dressing room as his side scored a crucial equalising goal against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Arsenal put in a stunning effort to come back from behind and rescue a point against London rivals - Chelsea - at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night. David Luiz was handed a red card in the first half after he was forced to commit a last-gasp tackle on Tammy Abraham after a disastrous Shkodran Mustafi back-pass to Bernd Leno. The former Chelsea defender was later caught on camera by BT Sport in the dressing room as his team scored the all-important equaliser in the dying stages of the Chelsea vs Arsenal game.

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David Luiz could not be blamed for the tackle he committed on Abraham post the Shkodran Mustafi howler. However, he looked dejected as he made his way back to the changing room for an early shower. BT Sport showed David Luiz watching the conclusion of the game in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. David Luiz was one of the most relieved players at Stamford Bridge, despite not being on the pitch when he saw Hector Bellerin’s shot find its way to the bottom corner of the Chelsea net. ‘David Luiz cam’ has suddenly gained massive reaction on social media with fans asking for more moments like this in the coming weeks.

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