GOAAL! Cesar Azpilicueta Score, Chelsea 1-0 Burnley (Watch Goal)


Goooooooooooooooooooooal! Cesar Azpilicueta has done it for Chelsea as he scores the opener which gives us the much needed lead in the game as it now 1-0 in favour of the Blues with this outstanding goal coming through right now.

What a good goal from this sensational player who has been good since the start of this game which saw him created opportunities until now which he scored the much needed goal which came in at the right time in this encounter.

So much we can talk about the goal from it’s build up until finding it’s way inside the back of the net which was very brilliant from the goal scorer who has been outstanding and it goes a long way to prove a point in the encounter going on.

It been a good game so far as Chelsea vs Burnley in the Premier League weekend game going down this afternoon and it been lots of action all the way with this goal scored.

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So much more to expect from this game as the tempo and tenacity builds up more after the goal which proves much of being the game changer this afternoon as the Blues continue to push for more goals in this fixture ongoing now.

So far, So good it been nice as Chelsea vs Burnley is proving to be an exciting encounter between the two sides who has been 100 percent good in this Premier League encounter.


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