Piers Morgan explains the difference between Arsenal and Chelsea

The Arsenal shareholder hits out at the north London club's hierarchy

Piers Morgan has attempted to explain the difference between Arsenal and Chelsea.

The Gunners booked their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals on Monday night courtesy of a 2-0 win against Non League side Sutton United following goals from Theo Walcott and Lucas Perez.

Arsenal will take on another Non League outfit Lincoln City in the next round of the cup as Arsene Wenger looks to lead the Gunners to their third FA Cup crown in four seasons.

The Gunners are currently 10 points adrift of champions Chelsea in the title race despite Arsenal finishing in second place and eight spots above the west London outfit last term.

Wenger’s side suffered a 5-1 defeat by Bundesliga outfit Bayern Munich in the first leg of their last-16 tie in the Champions League to heap further pressure on the Arsenal manager.

Morgan went on something of a Twitter rant about Wenger during the fifth-round clash and the Arsenal shareholder examined the differences between Chelsea and the Gunners.

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