Chelsea were humiliated 1-1 at Stamford Bridge by Leceister City to drop 2 vital points in the EPL top 3 race. Chelsea only goal was scored by Marcos Alonso who was assisted by Reece James to cancel out James Maddison opener and force a 1-1 draw at full time. Chelsea brought on Azipilicueta, Loftus Cheek and Kai Havertz in the second half as substitutes for Pulisic, Kante & Lukaku but could not score the winner hence dropping 2 vital points at home ahead of their final game against Watford on Sunday.
Chelsea fans were unimpressed and disgusted by Christian Pulisic performance against Leceister City, where he lost open chances to score the winner. Pulisic looked weak, unfocused and indecisive in the attack hence made inaccurate one on one strikes which extended Chelsea winless run to 3 games. Chelsea fans urged the Board to sell the useless flop Pulisic who has proved why he has never won over Tuchel trust after costing then 2 pointe.
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