Wednesday, 30 October 2013

EPL Match Review: Arsenal 0-2 Chelsea

Chelsea s Juan Mata fires in the shot which put his side two up against Arsenal. Picture: Toby Melville/Reuters
Arsene Wenger men played well, but were unable to see Chelsea's net.
The Gunners opted for sidelines crosses, instead of working their way into Chelsea's 18 yard box with their usual one-twos touches.

Chelsea maintained their usual play pattern. They approached their opponent subtly and forceful. They utilized their chances well.
The first goal came when in the 25 minute of the game when Azpilicueta latched on to Carl Jenkinson poor back header and brilliantly shoot past Arsenal goalie.
The Blues second goal came in the 66 minute of the second half, when Juan Mata controlled the ball on the edge of the box and took a touch before unleashing a venomous right-footed strike, booking Chelsea’s place in the fifth round.

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