Europa League final: Chelsea beats Arsenal 4-1 to win Europa League final in Baku Olympic Stadium

# 00:51
30 May 2019

Eden Hazard scored twice as Chelsea beat Arsenal in the Europa League final to give manager Maurizio Sarri the first trophy of his career, ONA reports.

Olivier Giroud opened the scoring against his old club with a wonderful header and Pedro swept past the retiring Petr Cech from Hazard's cross.

Having set up the second, the Belgian scored a penalty to make it 3-0.

Alex Iwobi gave Arsenal hope with a swerving 20-yard strike but Hazard smashed home Giroud's cross to seal it.

It was a London derby low on atmosphere, 2,500 miles away from home with plenty of empty seats, and those who were there witnessed a dull first half.

But the second half burst into life with the last four goals coming in the space of 12 minutes.

Arsenal miss out on a Champions League place next season as a result of their defeat in Azerbaijan.


Chelsea hit 4th goal at the UEFA Europe League final match, Arsenal scores its 1st, ONA reports.


Eden Hazard hit the 3rd goal at the UEFA Europe League final match with Arsenal, ONA reports. 


Chelsea scores the second goal at the UEFA Europe League final match, ONA reports. 

In the 60th minute of the match, Pedro Rodriguez punished Arsenal for the second time.


Chelsea scored at the 49th minute at the UEFA Europe League final match, ONA reports.

Olivier Jiru scored the goal of Arsenal.


The first half of the UEFA Europe League final between Arsenal, Chelsea ended in a draw, ONA reports.

Note that the UEFA Europa League final between two English teams, Arsenal and Chelsea, started in Baku at 23:00 local time.


1. Kepa Arrysabalaka, 28. Cesar Aspilicueta, 27. Andreas Christiansen, 30. David Luis, 33. Emerson Palmieri, 17. Mateo Kovacic, 5. Jorginho, 7. Ngolo Cante, 11. Pedro Rodriquez, 18. Olivier Giraud, 10 . Eden Hazard.


1. Petr Cech, 31. Siad Kolashinac, 6. Laurent Koselni, 5. Socrates Papastathopoulos, 18. Nacho Montreal, 15. Enzley Maitland-Niles, 34. Granite Chuck, 11. Lucas Torreira, 14. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 10 Mesut Ozil, 9. Alexander Lacazette.