Chelsea were humbled 1-0 by Arsenal at Stamford Bridge to drop 3 vital points and extend their Premier League winless run to 4 games. Chelsea received 4 yellow cards shown to Aubameyang, Gallagher, Azipilicueta and Chalobah while Arsenal had only 2 yellow cards showed to Saka & White. Chelsea brought on Broja, Gallagher, Kovacic and Pulisic as substitutes for Aubameyang, Kai Havertz, Loftus Cheek and Mount but failed to equalise Gabriel 63rd minute strike which was assisted by Saka.
Chelsea Fans were upset by their poor defence, Potter tactical and technical mistakes where he started a weak XI against stronger Arsenal. The Blues fans blamed Loftus Cheek, Aubameyang and Chalobah for betrayal and failing to perform to the expected standard. Chelsea fans insisted that Potter was clueless in all his decision he made against Arsenal and urged the board to start the procedures to sack him and find a new better equped Manager to salvage the sinking club as they winless in their last 4 EPL matches.
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