Arsenal missed the chance to take three points off Premier League leaders Chelsea this weekend, with the two sides playing out a goalless draw at the Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners had chances to secure the win but they were left frustrated by a resilient Chelsea side that simply refused to be beaten.
Arsenal had 57 per cent possession and managed 12 goal attempts but only one of those found the target as Chelsea defended in numbers in the second period.
The result means Chelsea are 10 points clear of closest challengers Manchester City with games running out.
After the match, Arsenal pair Aaron Ramsey and Hector Bellerin took to Twitter to express their feelings about the match.
Ramsey admitted he was frustrated with the result, suggesting his side should have won the game, while Bellerin said that while it was not to be, at least Arsenal maintained their fine unbeaten run.
Next up for the Gunners is a trip to Hull City; a match manager Arsene Wenger will want to win.