After two preseason game at Cobham (Chelsea training center), a 6-1 win against Peterborough United, and a match between Chelsea team that ended in a 1-1 draw. Chelsea played against championship side Bournemouth.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel used a strong lineup against Bournemouth, despite the unavailability of first team players he still used a good squad. Players like Amando Broja, Malang Sarr, Lewis Baker, Ike Ugbo, Danny Drinkwater Conor Gallagher, and Dujon Sterling all put on a very brilliant performance to impress Thomas Tuchel through this friendly match.
first half of the match ended in a disappointing goalless draw for both teams, Chelsea were the better side in the first half of the match. They saw more of the ball possessions and had more chances of scoring in the first half of the match, Bournemouth barely had a big chance of capitalizing in the first half of the match. Tammy Abraham had big chances of scoring in the first half of the match but failed to put his team ahead in the first half of the match.
All the match goals came in the second half. Bournemouth scored first, Chelsea FC responded with goals from highly rated striker Armando Broja and Ike Ugbo, both came as subtitled in the second-half
Fans were really impressed with 19years striker Armando Broja's performance, the Chelsea forward is looking to impress Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel to fight his way into Chelsea's first team squad. Armando Broja has proven to be an alternative in the forward position, Chelsea would consider him if a deal for burrossia Dortmund striker Erling Halaand doesn't work out this summer.
The game was played in front of a healthy crowd(Fans) inside Bournemouth stadium, including Chelsea fans in the stadium.
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