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Hazard Scores As Chelsea Keep Title Hopes Alive With Victory Over Bournemouth

Premier League

October 28th

Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth, England

 0-1 

51′ Hazard

Premier League Champions Chelsea kept their title-defence hopes alive after a 1-0 victory over Bournemouth away at the Vitality Stadium. 328 more words

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A.F.C. Bournemouth vs Chelsea F.C. Player Ratings

A.F.C. Bournemouth:

GK 27 Asmir Begović (5)

DF 3 Steve Cook (6)

DF 5 Nathan Aké (6)

DF 2 Simon Francis (5)

MF 11 Charlie Daniels (6) 86 more words

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A.F.C. Bournemouth vs Chelsea F.C.

Premier League

October 28th

Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth, England

0-1

51′ Hazard

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FT: The result means that Chelsea remain fourth but move onto 19 points, while Bournemouth remain 19th on 11 points, ahead of the rest of the weekend’s fixtures. 907 more words

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De Bruyne Scores Winner Against Former Side To Inflict Second League Defeat For Chelsea As Manchester City Move To The Top Of The Premier League

Premier League

September 30th

Stamford Bridge, London, England

 0-1 

67′ De Bruyne

Chelsea spurned the chance to close the gap on leaders Manchester United to three points as they were defeated 1-0 against Manchester City, who moved to the top of the league on goal-difference. 443 more words

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Chelsea F.C. vs Manchester City F.C. Player Ratings

Chelsea F.C.:

GK 13 Thibaut Courtois (6)

DF 24 Gary Cahill (6)

DF 27 Andreas Christensen (6)

DF 2 Antonio Rüdiger (6)

MF 3 Marcos Alonso (6) 84 more words

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Chelsea F.C. vs Manchester City F.C.

Premier League

September 30th

Stamford Bridge, London, England

0-1

67′ De Bruyne

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FT: The result means that Manchester City move to the top of the Premier League on 19 points, ahead of Manchester United on goal-difference, while Chelsea remain in fourth on 13 points. 1,065 more words

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Super-sub Batshuayi Scores Late Winner As Chelsea Come From Behind To Defeat Atlético Madrid In Opening European Match At Wanda Metropolitano

UEFA Champions League

Group C

September 27th

Estadio Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid, Spain

 1-2 

41′ Griezmann (P)

60′ Morata

90’+4′ Batshuayi

Atlético Madrid’s opening UEFA Champions League match at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano got off to a disappointing start as Diego Simeone’s men were stunned by Chelsea, who came from a goal behind to defeat the Rojiblancos 2-1 in what was their second match in Group C. 489 more words

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