Chelsea were in action yesterday. The Blues welcomed Brendan Rodgers's Leicester City side at Stamford Bridge for a Premier League fixture yesterday. The Blues had Edwourd Mendy, Reece James, Antonio Rudiger, Thiago Silva, Trevor Chalobah, Marcus Alonso in defence.Jorghino, Ngolo Kante, Hakim Ziyech and Christian Pulisic were in Chelsea's midfield while Romelu Lukaku was the striker. Chelsea were however unable to find a winner in yesterday's game as the game ended in a one one draw. Chelsea's defender, Marcos Alonso was on the scoresheet for the Blues while James Maddison scored for Leicester City.This result has left in third position in the Premier League table, with seventy one points from thirty seven games so far this season. According to recent reports, John Cena was in attendance for the Chelsea's game at Stamford Bridge. John Cena is one of the most decorated WWE superstars.Do you agree, kindly share your opinion in the comments section below and please follow this account for more updates. Also, share this unique article across all the different social media pages and remember to keep safe. Thanks and may God bless you.
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