Rubbers, nerves and two red cards failed Chelsea
Chelsea began defending his title with a failure of Stamford Bridge. Antonio Conte’s team lost 2: 3 home to Burnley. The Londoners finished the match with nine men after Captain Gary Kahil was sent off for a dangerous start in the 13th minute, and to the end Cesc Fabregas also received a red card for a gross violation. After receiving the first goal, the blue players became frustrated and began to demonstrate this with sharp entrances and appeals to judges.

Two Sam Waukes hits and Steven Ward’s great goal brought the lead to the break. Alvaro Morata came into play in the second half and debuted in the Premier League with a goal in the 69th minute. The Spaniard has made a decisive contribution to the change in Chelsea’s game. He assists David Luis in two minutes before the end.

Chelsea record deal Alvaro Morata stayed on the bench and the attack was led by Mishi Batshuai. 20-year-old midfielder Jeremy God was midfielder. Antonio Conte had chosen four adolescents to be on the bench, with speculation that he wanted to show the leadership that he did not have enough players.

Antonio Rujdeiger made his debut, but he would hardly remember it with anything good, as the protection of the “blue” seemed unfocused and far from the level demonstrated last season. Gary Cahill, who inherited John Teri’s captain lineup, did not lead the team in the best way with the early red card, although there was doubt as to whether the offense deserved to be expelled.

 

Londoners have begun the league’s loss for the first time since 1998, and the home team after last season lost only two losses to Stamford Bridge. Burnley did have serious problems away from home last campaign, ending the season with barely winning 21 matches in all the tournaments.

After 13 minutes, Chelsea captain Gary Kahil left the field after a red card. The English national did not manage the ball and lost it, and then went very dangerous with the buttons in Stephen Defur’s legs. The “blue” players got nervous and seconds later Fabregas received a yellow card to challenge a referee’s decision. In his debut, young Jeremy God stayed on the pitch for 18 minutes. Conte had to make tactical change and took the talent to release a central defender in Andreas Christensen’s face.

Burnley took advantage of confusion in the ranks of the rival and in the 24th minute he took the lead. Sam Voeux’s volley shot sent the ball in the far corner, and Kurthoa could react better. Towards the end of the half-time the guests brought a new double hit. Steven Ward’s first great hit did not leave the chances of the blue boss. The defender touched the volley ball and realized a very beautiful shot. The shock for the hosts continued, and in the 43rd minute, Vauks was left uncovered in the penalty area after defeating Center defeat and headed for 0: 3.

 

After the Conte lecture, Chelsea’s players performed far more strongly in the second half. The real change came in the 58th minute when Alvaro Morata appeared on the pitch. He activated the team and gradually the team began to push, although playing with a lesser person. Ten minutes after entering Morata scored his debut in the Premier League after making his first match in the Spanish and Italian championships. Villian centering well and the Spaniard with a nice head shot reduced to 1: 3.

Shortly thereafter, Chelsea fans anticipated a dramatic turn, but Morat’s hit was canceled due to ambush. Kristiansen’s shot went to the net, but the attacker touched the ball and thus helped the opponent. In the 81st minute, Londoners were left with nine players after Fabregas was driven out for a rough run at Cork’s feet.

 

Although they played with two less, the Blues reached a second goal. Head Leighton led David Lewis, who had been involved in the attack. The Brazilian with an excellent volley shot made 2: 3. Seconds later, Robbie Brady hit a beam of foul, and in the last few minutes Chelsea exerted total pressure in an attempt to equalize, but that did not happen.

Rubbers, nerves and two red cards failed Chelsea

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