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  • Callum assists, Alvaro scores

    Callum assists, Alvaro scores0

    Two superb crosses from the fleet-footed Callum Hudson-Odoi, and two goals for the confidence-shorn striker Alvaro Morata, were enough to dump Nottingham Forest out of the FA Cup in the 3rd Round on Saturday at Stamford Bridge, in a one-sided tie which still seemed laboured and unconvincing at times. Manager Aitor Karanka had set upREAD MORE
  • Yellow sub routine0

    Sometimes it just isn't thrilling. Chelsea did a workmanlike job in Greece against PAOK Salonika, but the 1-0 win wasn't in the 'convincing' bracket, and while the Blues dominated most of the match, the failure to score a second goal led to an edgy last 15 minutes. Worse, Pedro - a lively spark in theREAD MORE
  • Thrilling in 2018

    Thrilling in 20180

    Chelsea suddenly found their feet again in the second half of an eventful visit to St Mary's on Saturday, clawing their way back from being 2-0 down to a desperate-for-points Southampton side to secure an improbably 3-2 win. In a thrilling and unexpected nine-minute blitz following the arrival of Olivier Giroud in place of theREAD MORE
  • Late drama at the Emirates

    Late drama at the Emirates0

    It was a rollercoaster ride at the Emirates for the eagerly awaited post-New Year Arsenal v Chelsea clash, with the balance of the game twisting and turning right into stoppage time. In the end, a 2-2 draw was probably about right, although Arsenal just shaded it in terms of attacking chances in a match whichREAD MORE
  • A muddled, unconvincing win

    A muddled, unconvincing win0

    Yes, OK, there was drama aplenty at the end of this League Cup quarter-final at the Bridge on Wednesday night, December 20... but for the most part this was an oddly unconvincing and strange performance by a greatly changed Blues team. With the 17-year-old Ethan Ampadu making his full debut in central defence, it wasREAD MORE
  • A yawning, soporific 1-0

    A yawning, soporific 1-00

    Blue Santa hats were the fashion of the day as Chelsea ground out a 1-0 victory over Southampton at the Bridge, to keep their place among the also-rans behind sure-to-be champions Man City. For the Blues it was, at times, a frustrating afternoon. With Alvaro Morata on the bench after recovering from a back injury,READ MORE
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