Worrying Chelsea stat comes to light after Man City thrashing

Worrying Chelsea stat comes to light after Man City thrashing


Manchester City 6-Chelsea 0

Manchester City were simply a class above Chelsea on Sunday.

City went into the game knowing they needed to win to keep the pressure on 1st place, Liverpool.

Chelsea, on the other hand, needed to win to move back into a Champions League spot.

It would be Man City who struck first at the Etihad as Raheem Sterling put them 1-0 up inside four minutes.

Sergio Aguero doubled Man City’s lead in the 13th minute with a superb strike.

The Argentine added a second not long after before Ilkay Gundogan made it 4-0 in the 25th minute.

Aguero than completed his hat-trick in the 56th minute, converting from the penalty spot.

Sterling added his second in the 79th minute.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 10: Maurizio Sarri, Manager of Chelsea looks on prior to the Premier League match between Manchester City and Chelsea FC at Etihad Stadium on February 10, 2019 in Manchester, United Kingdom. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Chelsea’s worrying defensive stat

After Gundogan made it 4-0 to Man City, a stat has emerged that will worry Chelsea fans.

Chelsea lost 4-0 to Bournemouth on January 30th.

As a result, it is the first time the Blues have conceded four goals away from home in back-to-back top-flight matches since 1990.

Chelsea will now remain in 5th place for at least another week and given Man United’s form, it is hard to see them falling out of the top four anytime soon.

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February 10, 2019 at 09:48AM


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