First scorer of the game during this Chelsea-Aston Villa played on Monday in the context of the 16e Premier League lifting, Giroud did not allow the Blues to win (1-1).
Only one victory in five days of the championship, Chelsea sticks out my tongue at the end of the year. Facing Aston Villa this Monday on behalf of the 16e act of the Premier League, the Blues had the opportunity to place themselves temporarily at the foot of the podium. It was a waste of time for Frank Lampard’s men, decidedly crumbly at their base – even when they lead in the score.
Holder for the occasion, Giroud fulfilled his mission by finding the flaw shortly after half an hour of play on a Chilwell cross – not without having been at the very origin of the action. Only this 18e achievement of the calendar year was not enough for his team (1-0, 34e). At the start of the second half, while Christensen was on the ground, the Villans responded with a close range recovery from El Ghazi (1-1, 50e).
Chelsea lagging behind
1-1, the result is certainly not that expected by the Londoners, who with two more matches on the clock remain in the wake of their opponents of the day – fifth – in the same unit. Six lengths from a leader, Liverpool, who will play his 16e duels of the season in two days in Newcastle.
🎬 The best of Giroud in two acts.
Act I: back to goal, deflection to put partners, throws, facing the game.
Act II: race in the penalty area, unstoppable helmet blow.
– RMC Sport (@RMCsport) December 28, 2020
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