Chelsea FC suffered another defeat on Sunday against Arsenal FC at their home stadium Stamford Bridge. The game kick off well but Chelsea was struggling to match up with the pace that Arsenal FC was playing at. They conceded the only goal of the match in the 63rd minute after Gabriel Maghalaes scored a header from a corner kick by Bukayo Saka.
However, their main striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubamayeng didn't meet the majority of fans' expectations as he was playing against his former club Arsenal FC. Aubamayeng made a lot of errors including in the 27th minute which led to him being the first one to be booked after fouling arsenal defender Ben White.
Aubamayeng misses some chances that could have led Chelsea FC in winning today's matches or drawing. To the shock of many Chelsea FC fans, Aubamayeng only had 8 touches before being subbed in the 64th minute and his position taken by Armado Brajo.
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