Chelsea were in Premier League action yesterday. Chelsea looked to bounce back from their recent disappointing defeat against Liverpool where they lost on penalties in the FA Cup final at Wembley. Chelsea hosted Leicester City in Yesterday's match at Stamford Bridge.The Blues were however unable to register a win as the game ended on a one one draw. Marcos Alonso scored Chelsea's goal while James Maddison scored for Leicester city. Reece James supplied the assist for Marcos Alonso's goal. The English defender was superb yesterday and arguably Chelsea's most dangerous player against the Foxes.The English defender was also helpful in Chelsea's defence to prevent Leicester City from scoring more goals. Thomas Tuchel should start him in every game for the Blues as he has proved he's helpful both offensively and defensively for the Blues. Chelsea are now third in the Premier League table with seventy one points so far this season.Follow this account for more updates and share this unique article across all the different social media pages. Also, remember to keep safe and may God bless you. Thanks.
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