Chealse have had a wonderful show for the better part of first half against their opponents Southampton. The Wonderful play by the team did not go unrewarded as they were first to score. This was followed by a series of serious attacks from the blues. Through a series of substitution the Blues got the advantage when Southampton captain was accorded a red card leaving them one man less. An equalizer from Southampton and through a penalty gave the visitors hope of leaving with a point.
The 84th minute strike by Azplicueta made a wonderful change as team Havana went back to the top leading by two goals. This was a top performance as the full stadium joined in celebration as a sign of relief from the humiliation they would have suffered for a second time draw.
A controversial 88th minute score from team Chelsea made it 3-1 and and end to the scoring as the game came to an end without any more goals. Chelsea are not top of the league with 16 points
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