Chelsea ended their losing streak on Saturday afternoon, defeating Bournemouth 3-1 in the Premier League thanks to goals from Gallagher, Badiashile, and Felix.
The Blues got off to a good start and were rewarded in the ninth minute when Gallagher sent a brilliant header past the Bournemouth goalkeeper. However, Bournemouth rallied and equalised through Vina before halftime.
The Blues came back stronger in the second half but struggled to break down Bournemouth defences. However, after a few changes, the Blues were able to score two goals in the final ten minutes of the game through Badiashile and Felix to secure their first win in six games.
Well, the Blues did put on a fantastic performance in today's game, but it remains to be seen if they can maintain it in the coming games. Looking ahead to their next match, the Blues will face a difficult task in defeating relegation-threatened Nottingham Forest.
This will undoubtedly be a difficult battle for the Blues, and if they fail to replicate their Saturday performance, they may return to their losing ways. Nottingham Forest are currently 18th in the league table and will be looking to take all three points in their next league game. They know Chelsea hasn't been in great form this season and are optimistic about their chances.
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