Chelsea moved to 3rd place on the Premier League table after beating Leicester City 2-1 with goals from Antonio Rudiger and Jorginho as Iheancho hit target.
First Half Report Chelsea 0-0 Leicester City
The first half of the encounter was filled with controversy which saw goals and a penalty ruled out by the referee and VAR as the Blues dominated the entire 45 minutes both couldn’t get the much-needed goal.
Leicester City was pressured most of the game as the Blues got the ball in the back of the net but was called offside after Timo Werner finished off neatly only to see the linesman flag raised to deny him.
Chelsea once again was denied the chance of taking the lead after another one was scored by Timo Werner in the 34th minute of the game which was once again ruled out by VAR for handball.
The encounter carried on with the Blues making life difficult for their opponent who beat them 1-0 in the Emirates FA Cup final which Youri Tielemans scored the winner to hand the Foxes the title.
The first half of the encounter finally came to an end with Chelsea 0-0 Leicester City as they both headed for the break without a goal scored after the Blues controlled the entire 45 minutes.
Second Half Report Chelsea 2-1 Leicester City
The home team ensured the second half wasn’t the same as the first 45 minutes as they embraced their inner strength to ensure them getting the much-needed goals that made the game better.
Chelsea finally opened the goal scoring in the 47th minute of the game after an amazing finishing from Antonio Rudiger who scored from Ben Chilwell’s corner which finds its way to the defender who made it 1-0 for his side.
Leicester City was also presented some good opportunities which they couldn’t make a good use of as Jorginho made it 2-0 after converting from the penalty spot which came as a result of Fofana who fouled Timo Werner in the 67th minute.
Substitute Kelechi Iheanacho pulled one back for the visitors in the 76th minute of the game as the Nigerian was able to make sure he converted when allowed to make the scoreline turned 2-1.
The match progressed with some drama which saw yellow cards being thrown to both sides as the game ended with Chelsea 2-1 Leicester City, as the Blues claimed a massive win to move 3rd place above the Foxes.
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