Chelsea recorded their second Premier League win in the last two games this afternoon by beating Leicester City 3-1 at King Power Stadium. Meanwhile, Daka's first half goal has shown why Potter should swallow his pride and drop Kepa for the next game.
Chelsea started the game well by dominating and creating several goal-scoring chances. They took the lead through Ben Chilwell. The defender scored a brilliant goal from Koulibaly's cross. Later Daka equalized for Leicester after Felix was denied a goal. Fortunately for Chelsea, Kai Havertz restored their lead at the stroke of halftime.
In the second half, Chelsea scored the third goal through Mateo Kovacic to seal the 3-1 win. It was a great win for Chelsea as Leicester were left stunned by the defeat at fulltime.
However, Daka's goal in the first half has summed up the performance of Kepa Arrizabalaga today as the Spaniard should have done better by preventing the goal because the shot was from a distance. Kepa has conceded a replica of that goal severally this season which shows why he should be dropped by Graham Potter for Chelsea's next game.
Although, Edouard Mendy is still injured but Potter can still consider Marcus Bettinelli till Mendy returns because Chelsea now needs to be winning games by scoring and not conceding easy goals.
Nevertheless, Chelsea's attention will be shifted to the next game and they will be aiming to win that too to continue their winning run in the league.
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