How to beat Chelsea. Step 1: Man-mark Eden Hazard. Step 2: Close down all spare space. Step 3: Hassle and harry, show no respect. Step 4: Score. Leicester City's game plan worked to perfection, with the Blues falling to a rare home defeat, and Leicester fans jubilantly heading back to their buses, chanting deliriously. HamzaREAD MORE
Until this match reached a frantic climax with 10 minutes remaining, the only real fireworks at Chelsea v Bournemouth had been during the pitchside pyrotechnic display. The midweek Carabao Cup quarter-final seemed to be heading to 0-0 and penalties, until sub Eden Hazard latched on to a Pedro flick in the Cherries' box and fired.READ MORE
The sooner Chelsea's board sits Eden Hazard down to sign a new contract with the Blues, the better. The Belgian maestro weaved his magic to earn three away points at Brighton, scoring one and creating the other in a 2-1 victory. Despite being chopped down a few times (although one or two 'fouls' against theREAD MORE
Morrie Sarri and Pep Guardiola watch on as Chelsea beat City Chelsea turned on the style and gave Manchester City a footballing lesson in a dramatic and utterly unexpected victory at the Bridge as the reigning champions stumbled and fell. Few in the 40,571 were expecting a Blues win ahead of this 5.30pm kick-off matchREAD MORE
Morrie Sarri admits facing Man City at the weekend is tough Chelsea have a problem with 'blackouts', manager Morrie Sarri claims as he faces the toughest game of his career at Stamford Bridge - the visit of Manchester City on Saturday afternoon. Losing to Wolves in midweek was hardly the ideal preparation for a clashREAD MORE
Claudio Ranieri returns to Stamford Bridge with Fulham Chelsea beat neighbours Fulham 2-0, but laboured to finish chances in a game which went end to end but provided only odd glimpses of real entertainment. Fulham fans outsang their rivals from the other end of the road, and Claudio Ranieri was given a rousing welcome backREAD MORE
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