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  • A Tuchel masterstroke

    A Tuchel masterstroke0

    A bold, masterful second-half triple substitution by Blues manager Tom Tuchel finally broke the deadlock at Selhurst Park as Chelsea nicked all three points right at the death. The sides had seemed evenly matched until Jorginho, N’Golo Kane and Malang Sarr were subbed in the 74th minute for Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Mateo Kovacic and Marcos Alonso

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  • Smugness proves costly

    Smugness proves costly0

    There’s a risk of complacency at Chelsea – a smugness caused by too much self-belief and a feeling of entitlement. That’s the only logical conclusion following two sub-standard performances in four days, culminating in defeat at the London Stadium against a West Ham team who achieved a 3-2 win, despite the Blues being twice ahead

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  • Blues’ joy at turnaround

    Blues’ joy at turnaround0

    Chelsea managed to turn a 1-0 halftime deficit into a 2-1 victory at Villa Park in their opening match back after the Covid break, notching up their first away win of 2020 and making a clear statement about their intention to hang on to a Champions League place for next season. But the biggest takeaway

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  • Ruben’s goals: easy as 1-2-30

    Starting only his second game of the season, as Chelsea’s squad was given a thorough rotation, Ruben Loftus-Cheek emerged as the hat-trick hero in the Blues’ latest Europa Cup outing against FC BATE Borisov, the champions of Belarus. The 22-year-old picked a floodlit European night at Stamford Bridge to score his first Chelsea hat-trick, earning

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