Chelsea squared off against AC Milan at San Siro Stadium on Tuesday night UEFA Champions League clash. Potter started attacking trio Sterling, Mount & Aubameyang while the midfield comprised of Jorginho and Kovacic. Chelsea received huge boost in the 18th minute after Tomori fouled Mount to receive a red card and the Blues were awarded a penalty which was converted by Jorginho in the 21st minute to gift the Blues a 1-0 lead. Chelsea dominated ball possession and relentlessly rallied for the 2nd goal in the 34th minute through Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who was assisted by Mason Mount to seal a 2-0 lead at halftime for Blues.
Chelsea fans were happy with recent Aubameyang resurgence that has lead him to scoring goals regularly and consistently for the club. Chelsea fans agreed that Aubameyang has ended & lifted the Number 9 Jersey curse as previous occupants of the Jersey have been struggling to score including Torres, Morata, Higuain and Lukaku.
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