Thursday, February 25, 2010

Inter Milan 2 Chelsea 1

Jose Mourinho couldn't be much more happier after his side won at home against his old club with a 2-1 scoreline.

Inter Milan scored an early goal through Diego Milito in the 3rd minute but Chelsea dominated most of the first half. Didier Drogba took a free-kick (more like a penalty kick to him!) but the ball hit off the bar.

Then came the talking point, Salomon Kalou was clearly tripped by Samuel inside the penalty box and Chelsea should've been given a penalty. But the ref didn't see that. After the game, even Samuel admitted that it was a foul and that he was very lucky, no penalty was given.

Second half, Chelsea levelled the scoreline with a nicely placed shot from Kalou. But Chelsea was caught sleeping as Inter attacked and got one back from Cambiasso's blistering strike.

Not long after the goal, Petr Cech had to come off with a calf injury and he was replaced by one of Mourinho's signing, Hilario.

Eventhough Mourinho won this time, but it will be hard for him and his men when they come to Fortress Stamford Bridge in the second leg.

It's far from over guys! UPTHEBLUES!!

Monday, February 8, 2010

Chelsea 2 Arsenal 0

That was a BIG BIG BIG win!!

We have proven again and again that against the big teams, we are the real deal! Two fantastic goals from our hitman, Didier Drogba was enough to bring us back to the top where we belong!Not forgetting to mention that Drogba almost had a third goal when his thunderbolt free kick hit the bar!

Who was the man of the match for you? For me, it was between Petr Cech and Drogba. Petr Cech was excellent having to save shots after shots! But Chelsea's defending was a joy to watch! Reminds me of the old Jose Mourinho days when our defense was the best in the world and still is!

After this, I'm sure Arsene Wenger has something to always..

Blues Forever!

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Hull 1 Chelsea 1

Chelsea shared the points with Hull at the KC Stadium.

From what I saw, Chelsea started to play their game after being one goal behind. Chances after chances came but we could not find the goal winner.

Our defending from set pieces was again showing some vulnerability. But the defenders did very well, just that our attacking players weren't quite as sharp as I expected. Probably fatigue has set in as Chelsea played 3 games in just 7 days!

Now, we look forward to the game against Arsenal.