In football nowadays, almost every actions, dressing and gestures made by Footballers on the pitch has a unique meaning. There's always a meaning to a certain goal celebration made by a Player on the pitch. Sometimes, the celebration is directed to the opponents to rile them up or it has much more deeper meaning to the Player.
Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea will be traveling to Italy to lock horns with Italian giant, Juventus in their UFEA Champions League group stage match on the 29th of September 2021 at the Allianz Stadium. Chelsea will be hoping to secure another crucial three points after winning their first UCL match this season against Zenit Saint Petersburg.
The English Premier League continues today as Manchester City cruised to a 1:0 win over the European Champions at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea recorded their first defeat in the Premier League this season after an impressive Premier League campaign. Pep Guardiola's Manchester City dominated the whole game which proved that their winning was well deserved.
Chelsea appeared to have landed one of the best young wingers in the world when it signed Christian Pulisic from Borussia Dortmund in January 2019. Pulisic has since won the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, and CONCACAF Gold Cup with both club and country. Nonetheless, these awards are in no way representative of his time with the Blues.
1. Loss Of Concentration. Not once, not twice, but more than 3 times last night, Chelsea's defenders were guilty of losing concentration, allowing Aston Villa's attackers to get behind them easily. Malang Sarr was the prime suspect in this, as the ex Porto loanee struggled to keep up with ex Chelsea youngster Bertrand Traore all night.
On the 25th of September, 2020 Chelsea was able to complete the signing of Senegalese goalkeeper Edouard Mendy from Rennes for £22 million on a five-year deal. The 28-year-old became Chelsea's seventh first-team signing of last year's summer following the arrivals of Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell, Thiago Silva, Malang Sarr, and Kai Havertz.
Chelsea football club have gotten a lot of players in their squad, some of these players are very important to the team while some are not contributing any thing to the club. Photo Credit: The Sun. Some of these players like Timo Werner, Ben Chilwell and Mateo Kovacic should be offloaded from the club, here are 5 reasons why Chelsea should offload these 3 players when the January transfer window opens.
Chelsea will take on Aston Villa in the third round of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday. Thomas Tuchel will have a chance to rest some key players while some other members of the squad who have not played much so far this season will have an opportunity to impress.
Ben Chilwell made his first start of the season in Chelsea's EFL Cup game against Aston Villa after falling behind Marcos Alonso on the left wing-back pecking order. When Chelsea signed Ben Chilwell in the summer of 2020 for £50 million from Leicester City, many expected that to spell the end of Marcos Alonso's career at the club.
Photo Credit: Twitter Chelsea won Astonvilla yesterday during the first round of Carabao cup competition.The game ended 1-1 after which the blues won on penalties. Kepa Arrizabalaga once again showed his abilities during the penalty shoot-out, he saved Nakamba's penalty after Ashley young's strike hit the bar.
Yesterday, Chelsea had a photo section at Cobham training ground. The blues took pictures with each other as they sampled their last 2 trophies which include the Champions League trophy and the Super Cup trophy. during the Chelsea photo day at Cobham yesterday, checkout 3 observations from the photo section.
1. Marcus Alonso. Marcus Alonso has been one of Chelsea's best performers in the league and champions league this season. The 30 year old left back has found his way back into the plans of Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel and he looks to keep the left back spot ahead of teammate Ben Chilwell.
Chelsea are a team on the rise. They are capable of doing extremely well this season and have a chance at every single competition they will play in. They will face some strong opposition but with the way they are playing and under the system they're playing in, a major trophy is expected from them.
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Photo Credit: Twitter Chelsea won their game against Astonvilla yesterday. Tuchel did not face 'the Villians' with his main squad, he allowed the second team players to take charge of the game. Timo Werner made a starting appearance and also scored a goal which kept the blues ahead for some minutes.
Chelsea survived a very tough game against a determined Aston Villa side at Stamford Bridge in the round three of carabao cup on Wednesday evening. Thomas Tuchel made ten changes from the side that beat Tottenham hotspurs at the weekend, with only Kepa Arrizabalaga maintaining his position in the squad.
Chelsea Football club are finally through to the fourth round of the Carabao Cup. Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea struggled to seal a comfortable home victory at Stamford Bridge. The Blues managed to defeat Aston Villa who proved very stubborn in a penalty shoot-out. It was a tricky one I must say after Kepa Arrizarbalagar's fine stop during the penalty shoot-out, Ben Chilwell missed his penalty, mounting pressure on Chelsea and also giving the Villians hope.
The impressive performance of Marcos Alonso has made Thomas Tuchel leave Ben Chilwell on the bench for most games in the 2021/2022 season. The last season ended with Ben Chilwell as the main left-back of the team, many fans expected Alonso to deputize for the English defender in the ongoing season.
Checkout Photos Of Chilwell, Loftus-Cheek And Other Chelsea Players Training For Tomorrow's EFL Game
Chelsea will start their EFL Cup with a clash against Aston Villa tomorrow at Stamford Bridge. It won't be an easy match for the Blues. The Blues are preparing and training hard for tomorrow's EFL clash against Aston Villa and the whole squad is ready to play in the clash Edouard Mendy and Christian Pulisic.
Chelsea advanced to the Cup's fourth round after beating Aston Villa in a penalty shootout. After latching onto a magnificent Reece James pass, Werner put the Blues in ahead. With penalties imminent, Villa drew level due to a strike from youthful attacker Cameron Archer, yet no club could score again.
Timo Werner scored in the second half on an assist from Reece James, to put Chelsea ahead against Aston Villa yesterday. But 10 minutes later, Aston Villa countered and they got their equalizer on a goal from Cameron Archer, eventually pushing the game to a penalty shootout.