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Another Cup Success

By Gary Watton
January 27 2019

Gonzalo Higuain's debut outing for his latest club didn't exactly go to plan, but he will quickly discover, like his two predecessors, that service is slow and infrequent from the Chelsea creative department. That said, two members of our erratic creative department got themselves on to the score sheet. Willian, who has to be one of the coolest and most dependable penalty takers ever, helped himself to a pair of goals. The other wide boy, young Hudson-Odoi also scored what might be his last Chelsea goal, as he has submitted a transfer request. It would be a tragedy to let Callum go and quite possibly watch him flourish for rivals in future years, but the prodigy presumably wants to force himself into the attention of the national team, and spending too much time on the Chelsea bench will certainly not achieve that particular aim. At least on a positive note, the removal of Arsenic, Evercrap, Liverfools, and Rottenham from the FA Cup has opened up huge possibilities for the cup holders, with only the terrible twins of Manchester likely to stop Chelsea retaining their trophy.

CHELSEA 3 Sheffield Wednesday 0; half time: 1-0

CHELSEA: Caballero; Alonso; Christensen; Azpilicueta; Rudiger; Ampadu; Higuain; Hudson-Odoi; Kovacic; Willian; Barkley. Used substitutes: Loftus-Cheek; Giroud; Jorginho

CHELSEA goal scorers: Willian (two, including one penalty); Hudson-Odoi

 

LEADING SCORERS:

Hazard thirteen

Morata nine

Pedro seven

Willian seven

Loftus-Cheek six

Giroud five

Kante four

Barkley three

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