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Jason

closed Chelsea 2-1 Man City

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Man of the Match   44 members have voted

  1. 1. Who is your Man of the Match?

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12 minutes ago, Jason said:

Should think of what we'll do IF the worst really happens...

Even if we were to lose to city we'd still be 4 points clear with 8 games left to play. It would add pressure yes but we would still have to drop points in 2 games and that's with the assumption that Tottenham and City win all their remaining games which i highly doubt they will.

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3 minutes ago, Belgiannutt said:

Even if we were to lose to city we'd still be 4 points clear with 8 games left to play. It would add pressure yes but we would still have to drop points in 2 games and that's with the assumption that Tottenham and City win all their remaining games which i highly doubt they will.

I meant IF Spurs win the league...

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1 minute ago, Mário César said:

lol

 

You're reacting exactly like they want you to react.

Just preparing in case apocalypse decides to strike...

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1 minute ago, Jason said:

Just preparing in case apocalypse decides to strike...

Dude, we are chelsea. IF you want to win the league, you cant have fear of anything. This defeat can happened anytime and we played well. shit happens

if players think like you, we are fucked. 

 

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They're very fragile defensively. If we play to our attacking potential, it will be a very long evening for them. 

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1 minute ago, Mário César said:

Dude, we are chelsea. IF you want to win the league, you cant have fear of anything. This defeat can happened anytime and we played well. shit happens

if players think like you, we are fucked. 

 

lol The players wouldn't even think of that IF Spurs win it...different when viewing from fans' perspective.

On a more serious note, I don't disagree that we played well yesterday and while performing well is good, it's all about picking up results at this point. There's not much point in playing well but not picking up the results. Pray that yesterday was just really one of those days and not something worse.

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man city players look more physically and mentally fatigued and their defence is a lot easier to play against than crystal palace.

 

also depending on Hazard and Costa fitness we will win 3 - 1.

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Man City have an embarrassing defense. We have a defense that (as we saw yesterday) is capable of embarrassing mistakes.

Which one will come out on top? Find out on the next episode of Premier League!!!

Seriously, though, if Hazard plays like he did against Palace he should wreak havoc. Personally, really hate playing against City. I hate when teams boss possession against us which they always do. You know the cunt Aguero will turn up as he loves to do against us.

Althgh I dread it, I expect a lot of sitting back, absorbing pressure, and hitting them on the break. I'd love to see us surprise them and go all out attack like we did yesterday.

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17 minutes ago, BlueStorm1003 said:

We are drawing this, don't see either side winning this

City's defense is there for the taking. 

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7 hours ago, Fernando said:

Spurs weak mentality. Seen in Europe already. I don't fear them. 

Title is done and dusted for me. 

 

I would not be so sure. I mean yes we still have good advantage, but the following games are difficult.

Spurs players go bonkers when they start losing indeed, but they are on good run right now. I would not underestimate them.

And their europa games...you cant compare their form from europe with PL. Then one can say Gent is better than Chelsea too, but it doesnt work like that. They will give twice the effort in PL they did in europe.

It would take massive flop from us if we dont win the title considering everything, and I dont expect Spurs to go on some unbeatable run either, but if we lose to City which is not impossible, that could mean we lost 6 points advantage out of 10 in 5 days. That alone is not the worst, what will go in players heads could bring more poor games after that, because they will get super nervous. We play Everton and United and those are not the kind of games to boost the confidence back up. Conte has been great so far, but if the system falls, he wont be able to save it. And our key player from first half is now very poor for months.

Every game now on, we need to play like final. Or there will be massive problems winning the title.

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6 hours ago, Pizy said:

Man City have an embarrassing defense. We have a defense that (as we saw yesterday) is capable of embarrassing mistakes.

Which one will come out on top? Find out on the next episode of Premier League!!!

Seriously, though, if Hazard plays like he did against Palace he should wreak havoc. Personally, really hate playing against City. I hate when teams boss possession against us which they always do. You know the cunt Aguero will turn up as he loves to do against us.

Althgh I dread it, I expect a lot of sitting back, absorbing pressure, and hitting them on the break. I'd love to see us surprise them and go all out attack like we did yesterday.

We should press and attack them because their defence is rubbish and our attack is good. But instead we will let city all the time and space in the world to attack, while their weakness (defence) wont be exploited. Their defence is absolutely clueless under pressure, but Im sure we wont take advantage of that.

We will need some deadly counterattacks if we want to win this. And perfect defense.

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8 hours ago, MrExcalibur100 said:

City's defense is there for the taking. 

They are indeed city gifted arsenal two goals in that arsenal game 

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Showed how shit their backline was against Arsenal.

 

There for the taking. But not with that fucker Costa up front. Give it to Michy. 

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I'd say that a draw should do, but looking at our schedule, we should make the most out of our home games, this one included. We are yet to play at Bournemouth, Man. United, Everton and WBA. These are all very difficult away fixtures and I can't see us getting more than 7 points out of them. Southampton, Boro, Sunderland and Watford will come at the Bridge and we should trash all of them, but hey, look at the Palace game.  In the meantime, Spurs, who I consider to be the main contenders, only have to play at Swansea, Leicester, Palace, West Ham and Hull. Can't see them dropping points there. Maybe Leicester could cause them some issues, but other than that no one really. They will take on Watford, Bournemouth, Arsenal and United at the WHL.

I'm not panicking, as this is still easily in our hands, but a lose on Wednesday would call for some panic, wouldn't it? In today's football, things can go downhill in a blink of an eye.

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