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Chelsea 1-1 West Ham: Five things we learned

16 Abril 2018
Chelsea 1-1 West Ham: Five things we learned

"The way they gave their tribute to Ray Wilkins was a credit". At the start of the second half he was moved wide again but this time further forward, in a traditional right wing role.

Chicharito has now scored nine goals against Chelsea in 14 matches. He's scored in all four substitute appearances at Stamford Bridge.

"On the day, we had a game plan and we stuck to it", said Rice.

Wilkins died at the age of 61 after suffering a cardiac arrest.

Chelsea went into this game unbeaten in their last 11 home Premier League games against West Ham since a 2-3 defeat in 2002.

Hart's brilliance combined with Chelsea's failure to convert chances always left West Ham with a glimmer of hope, and there were signs of the hosts' vulnerabilities during two early set pieces that were defended in unconvincing fashion.

A seventy-third-minute goal from Javier Hernandez cancelled out Cesar Azpilicueta's first-half opener for the Blues, helping the Hammers forge a six-point cushion between themselves and the relegation zone, leaving the Scotsman satisfied with the toil from his players. But if you're going to send Jack off, you have to send Wilshere off for bouncing up.

Derby days are understandably somewhat unpredictable, but these are matches that Chelsea can't afford to lose.

West Ham and Stoke City lock horns in a real relegation dogfight on Monday 16th April.

'We are creating a really good spirit in the team, right the way through, from the injured boys, the boys on the bench, we stick together on and off the pitch and Chelsea was a good example of that'.

The striker continued that run this time around too, netting in the 73rd minute with virtually his first touch since coming on to draw Moyes' men level.

Conte had admitted losing at home to Tottenham for the first time in 28 years last weekend was a huge setback in Chelsea's bid to salvage a dismal campaign by qualifying for the Champions League.

"This kid is the next John Terry".

While he didn't end up scoring in the game, he was a physical presence winning aerial duels against the West Ham defence. All people desires to provide the whole lot to be within the group.

The name, country and photograph of the winners may be used for post-event publicity purposes. For sure, I'm very close to his family. It was no more than Southampton deserved when substitute Austin marked his entrance by tapping in Cedric's low cross.

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