IChelsea resumed premier league action after the world cup break with a win which couldn't elevate from eighth position in the league table. Havertz and Mount fired the blues ahead in the first half but they couldn't find the net in the second half.
Cucurella holding the sliced boot.
During the match Chelsea defender Marc Cucurella was forced to wear odd boots after ripping his left shoe. The Spaniard was caught during a battle for the ball and his boot was sliced open rendering it useless. A member of the backroom staff rushed down the tunnel to find a replacement.
Cucurella trudged off the pitch to have his boot replaced.
He returned with a different boot which Cucurella was forced to wear as he donned an unmatching pair for the majority of the second half. He began the game in an orange boots ,but he ended up wearing silver boot with orange laces on his left foot. The match commentator Guy Mowbray could be heard saying:“Cucurella. Only a few letters different to Cinderella.”
Cucurella rocking the odd boots.
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