Chelsea welcomed Manchester City at the Stamford Bridge for their English Premier League action. Both teams were hoping to grab all three points to keep them up and running. Chelsea were hoping to win this game to keep their unbeaten run this season alive. On the other hand, City hoped to bounce back from their devastating 0:0 draw to Southampton last weekend.
In a game that saw City have plenty of the ball, it ended goaless in the first half. Eight minutes into the second half, Manchester City scored first, Gabriel Jesus scoring. This was the only goal of the match.
Chelsea lacked composure in this game, and they were completely exposed. Each player had less ratings, with Ngolo Kante and Jorginho at their lowest. However, Chelsea goalkeeper Eduard Mendy had an impressive performance, making saves that kept Chelsea in the game.
He made two crucial saves and three crucial clearances. He had five high claims and punches on corners. He gave his all and kept Chelsea in the game until the last minute!
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