Chelsea's Alvaro Morata (R) celebrates with Ross Barkley (L) after scoring the opening goal of the English Premier League football match between Burnley and Chelsea at Turf Moor in Burnley, north west England on October 28, 2018. Image Credit: AFP

Burnley: Chelsea went second in the Premier League with a comfortable 4-0 win at Burnley on Sunday which maintained their unbeaten start to the season.

The London club are two points behind leaders Liverpool and one point ahead of champions Manchester City, who play away to Tottenham Hotspur on Monday.

Maurizio Sarri’s side barely noticed the absence of Eden Hazard as Willian, starting in the Belgian’s normal position on the left, scored and hit a post.

Spanish striker Alvaro Morata gave Chelsea the lead midway through a first half in which he might have netted three times.

England midfielder Ross Barkley set him up for that goal and added the second himself from outside the penalty area early in the second half.

Brazilian Willian curled the third past Burnley goalkeeper Joe Hart five minutes later and substitute Ruben Loftus-Cheek completed the scoring in stoppage-time.

Arsenal’s 11-match winning run came to a dramatic end as Luka Milivojevic’s late penalty rescued Crystal Palace in a contentious 2-2 draw.

Unai Emery’s side failed to win a 12th successive match in all competitions as they fell short of the club’s record of 14 victories in a row.

Arsenal fell behind to the first of two Milivojevic penalties just before half-time at Selhurst Park.

Granit Xhaka equalised with a sublime free-kick before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang poked in his ninth goal of the season in controversial circumstances.

Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette flicked the ball to Aubameyang with his hand, but officials failed to spot the offence.

Angered by that blow, Palace felt justice was done when Wilfried Zaha won a second penalty with seven minutes left and Milivojevic slotted home again.

It was a frustrating afternoon for Emery, whose captain Mesut Ozil reacted angrily when he was substituted in the 68th minute, the German throwing his gloves to the floor after stomping past the Arsenal manager.

It was the latest flare-up between the pair after Ozil was reportedly angered by Emery’s demand that he work harder in matches earlier this season.

Arsenal remain fourth in the Premier League, but missed the chance to keep pace with leaders Liverpool, who are four points clear of the north Londoners.

Emery’s team had made a habit of getting off to slow starts this season before flourishing in the second half and another sluggish opening left them creaking under intense Palace pressure.

Zaha was a constant menace and the Palace winger almost opened the scoring with a low shot that hit a post with Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno rooted to the spot.

Palace should have gone ahead moments later when Andros Townsend failed to convert from close-range.

Arsenal finally emerged from their slumber when Lacazette pounced on Milivojevic’s careless pass on the edge of the Palace area and fired just wide.

But Roy Hodgson’s men appealed for a penalty after Jordan Ayew’s run was halted by Shkodran Mustafi.

On that occasion, Palace’s claims were turned down by referee Martin Atkinson, but on the stroke of half-time they were given a spot-kick.

Leno made a hash of punching clear from a corner and a panicked Mustafi needlessly lunged into Cheikhou Kouyate.

Palace captain Milivojevic missed a penalty in their defeat at Everton last weekend.

Unfazed, Milivojevic kept his nerve this time to send Leno the wrong way from the spot.

However, it took only six minutes for Xhaka to equalise as the Gunners yet again turned on the style in the second half.

Arsenal had seized the momentum and they snatched the lead in controversial circumstances in the 56th minute.

When Lacazette rose to meet a cross, the French striker’s raised hand clearly made contact with the ball, diverting it to the unmarked Aubameyang.

Lacazette’s offence was missed by Atkinson and Aubameyang stabbed home at the far post, with goalline technology confirming his effort had just crossed over before Hennessey pushed it out.

Max Meyer hit the outside of a post as Palace pushed for a leveller and the hosts felt justice was done when they won another penalty in the 83rd minute.

Zaha tricked his way past Xhaka and tumbled to the turf, his fall convincing Atkinson, if not the Arsenal players, that it was worthy of a spot-kick.

For the second time, Milivojevic was coolness personified as he drilled past Leno to end Arsenal’s winning run.