Chelsea, One Step Closer to Glory


On Monday 6th March 2017, Stratford, London’s commonly known as the Olympic Stadium witnessed a game between the current league table toppers Chelsea and West Ham United. The Pensioners with a stunning display of overall game registered their 21st victory of the league and took a giant leap to win the title in Antonio Conte’s first season as manager. Antonio with his expertise was yet again successful in putting a show of perfect tactical arrangement against the threat of WHU’s 6ft 4’ front man strategy. With their remarkable attacking ability in the 25th minute fronts of Chelsea were able to pierce through the defenses of West Ham and Chelsea’s Belgium Winger, Hazard, after playing interesting one-to-one with Pedro shifted the ball perfectly past their keeper. The deal was doubled when the same winger chopped the corner from the left and handing it over to Spain’s unbeatable striker Diego Costa who clearly didn’t make mistake in putting this one where it belonged as well. This was 17th league goal for him.

The Hammers, however didn’t feel like going home without putting 1 with their team name in the scorecard. At the stoppage time, Carrol was cleverly able to rob Febregas and passed it onto Andre Ayew who judged it right, squared for Lazini to fire it in. At the time of whistles, the scorecard, West Ham United 1 – 2 Chelsea. The hammers and The Blues are rather having some interesting statistical battle going on. Chelsea are now crowned for winning 118 Premier League London matches, this is more than any team. West Ham has managed winning only 3 for their past 22 against Chelsea. 16 ended as a loss and 4 as a draw.

Chelsea is all set after this win to have an FA Cup quarter final against Manchester United, this Monday. With a terrific win in their tank, Chelsea might arrange to go beyond The Leonardo’s of the game as they’re getting good in drawing. Chelsea with an all set and all confident lineup may be able to capture another one to their name. Once that is done they will be coming back to the league going against the current number nine, Stoke City which according to the records is not going to be a problem for them either. West Ham on the other hand will be able to settle the score down away at Bournemouth.

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