Chelsea FC played their 17th match of the season against Manchester City Tonight, a home match which they lost 1:3.
IIkay Gundogan opened the scoring for Man City in the 18th minute after a shot strike from around the edge of the 18 yard box.
Just a little over 3 minutes later, they went up 2 goals ahead, after Phil Foden's strike from a counter attack.
Kevin De Bruyne's 34th minute strike sealed the first half victory for Man city.
Chelsea tried to get back in the game after Odoi's 90 minute goal, but as we can imagine, it was already too late.
This loss marks Chelsea's 3 consecutive games without a win in the premier league, a rather disturbing and worrisome streak for players, fans and management of the club, considering the amount of money spent on buying players during the last transfer window.
The whole jinx started on boxing day with Arsenal beating the club 3:1 after going a long streak of games without a win.
The next match, which the most recent before tonight's was against Aston Villa, and it ended in a 1:1 draw.
This night's loss dropped Chelsea from 6th to 8th place, with just 3 points above Arsenal.
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