Chelsea does not raise its head, Bournemouth also blocked it!


Chelsea is incorrigible! The Londoners show the pathologies of last season and it was the fourth time in the first five games without a win. This time, his chatty team Maurizio Pochettino blocked by the extremely rigged Bournemouth and it remained 0-0 at the Vitality Stadium.

At the same time, the “cherries” remain winless in the season, counting three draws and two defeats so far, having a serious problem in the creative part.

THE Chelsea came on strong and touched the lead in the 14th minute, with Jackson seeing his final effort hit the post. Five minutes later, it was her turn Bournemouth to threaten but Ouattara failed to beat Sanchez as 0-0 remained. THE Chelsea had another good moment but this time home keeper Neto stopped Gallagher.

A similar picture in the second half, with the Londoners superior at points but struggling against their well-prepared defense Bournemouth. The visitors had a second goal in the 51st minute with a free kick by Sterling, while Colwill scored in the rebound but his goal did not count as he was exposed.

As the minutes ticked by, Chelsea looked unable to create the phase that would give them the win, while Bournemouth looked for the counter-bass and steal something more. However, by the end of the match nothing had changed and 0-0 was the final result.

Detailed schedule of the 5th matchday:

Saturday (16/9)

Wolves-Liverpool 1-3

(7′ Huang – 55′ Hakpo, 85′ Robertson, 90’+1′ auto Bueno)

Aston Villa-Crystal Palace 3-1

(88′ Duran, 90’+’8 pen. Douglas Lewis, 90’+10′ Bailey – 48′ Edouard)

West Ham-Manchester City 1-3

(36′ Ward-Prowse – 46′ Doku, 76′ B. Silva, 86′ Haaland)

Manchester United-Brighton 1-3

(73′ Maibri – 20′ Welbeck, 53′ Gross, 71′ Joao Pedro)

Tottenham-Sheffield United 2-1

(90’+8′ Richarlison, 90’+10′ Kulusevski – 74′ Hammer)

Fulham-Luton 1-0

(65′ Vinicius)

Newcastle-Bradford 1-0

(64′ pen. Wilson)

Sunday (17/9)

Bournemouth-Chelsea 0-0

Everton-Arsenal (19:30)

Monday (18/9)

Nottingham Forest-Burnley (21:45)

The schedule for the next (6th) matchday:

Saturday (23/9)

Crystal Palace-Fulham (17:00)


Manchester City-Nottingham Forest

Brentford-Everton (19:30)

Burnley-Manchester United (22:00)

Sunday (24/9)

Liverpool-West Ham (16:00)


Chelsea-Aston Villa

Sheffield United-Newcastle (18:30)

Source: Sport Fm

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