Chelsea vs Leicester City Highlights Goals, Review, and Preview
Video Full Match : Chelsea vs Leicester City (3 : 0)
Competition : Premier League
Date : Saturday, Oct 15th, 6:30 pm
Stadium : Stamford Bridge
Referee : Andre Marriner
Attendance : 41547
Review – Match between Chelsea vs Leicester City
In the Premier League it was time for Matchday 8. The game took place at Stamford Bridge in London, England. 41547 fans cheered their teams from the sidelines. Did you also get a chance to see the match between Chelsea vs Leicester City on Sat, Oct 15 / 6:30 PM? The game ended with 3:0, which left some fans unsatisfied. Coaches Antonio Conte from Chelsea and Claudio Ranieri from Leicester City watched their players closely, while the team captains pushed and motivated their players. Referee for the game was Andre Marriner.
Let’s take a look at the Highlights:
The 1:0 was achieved by Diego Costa for Chelsea in minute 7. Eden Hazard scored for Chelsea in minute 33 which led to a 2:0. The following 3:0 was scored by Victor Moses for Chelsea in minute 80.
Robert Huth received a yellow card in minute 27. The ref also handed out a yellow card in minute 51 to César Azpilicueta.
Ahmed Musa, wearing number 7, left the field in minute 67. Replacing him was number 19, Islam Slimani. In minute 67 Riyad Mahrez, with the number 26, came in for Jeffrey Schlupp, with number 15. Number 11, Pedro, was replaced by Nat Chalobah, wearing number 29 in minute 68. Replacement in minute 74: Andy King, with number 10 for Marc Albrighton, number 11. The next substitution took place in minute 82, where Ruben Loftus-Cheek wearing the number 14, came in for number 10, Eden Hazard. And to complete the replacements, Ola Aina with number 34 switched with Victor Moses wearing number 15.
The new table positions for the two teams are now: 5. for Chelsea and 13. for Leicester City. Keep up to date with your favorite teams, further games in the Premier League and many other competitions, right here. Football Performance – all you need to enjoy football!
Preview – Match between Chelsea vs Leicester City
Ready for the Premier League? If you’re a fan of Chelsea or Leicester City you should mark your calendars for Sat, Oct 15 / 6:30 PM. Who has a better shot at winning the game? Everyone is rooting for their team. It’s time for Matchday 8 match between Chelsea vs Leicester City in the Premier League. Fans and critics alike are looking forward to the game. The coaches Antonio Conte and Claudio Ranieri will do their best to motivate their players and win the game.
Momentarily Chelsea is at position 7 and Leicester City at position 12. The place for the showdown is Stamford Bridge. In London, England the opponents will be facing each other.
Who will be victorious in the end: Chelsea or Leicester City?
Preview – Match facts
Chelsea are without a win in their last two Premier League meetings with Leicester (W0 D1 L1), after winning the six before that. Leicester have registered just one win in their 10 Premier League visits to Stamford Bridge (D3 L6), with that win coming in September 2000 via a 2-0 scoreline.
This will be Claudio Ranieri’s third top-flight clash with Chelsea, with each of those meetings coming against a different manager (2-1 v Mourinho, 1-1 v Hiddink and this game against Conte). Cesc Fabregas has netted three goals in Chelsea last two meetings with Leicester in all competitions, including a brace in a 4-2 EFL Cup win for the Blues in September.
Leicester City have lost on just one of their last five top-flight trips to London (W3 D1 L1), this after losing 17 and drawing three of their previous 20. Leicester City have lost all three of their away league games this season. The last reigning top-flight champions to lose their opening four away games of the season were Blackburn in 1995-96 (also Liverpool in 1964-65 – 4, and Arsenal in 1953-54 – 4). Jamie Vardy has averaged a goal every 281 minutes in the Premier League this season (two goals in seven games), a significant drop from 2015/16’s 131 mins per goal average (24 goals in 36 games).
Since he joined Chelsea in July 2014, only Sergio Aguero (55) and Harry Kane (48) have scored more Premier League goals than Diego Costa (38). Eight of Chelsea’s last 13 top-flight games at Stamford Bridge have ended in a draw (W3 L2). Excluding penalties, Chelsea are one of just two sides yet to score a goal from a set-piece situation this season (also Sunderland).
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