Chelsea has once again proven they are a team to be reckoned with after beating League rivl Manchester City.
The Blues outplayed Manchester City stunning them right before their home fans.
The bitter experience became much worse for Manchester City when two of their stars Aguero and Fernandindo were sent off.
Manchester City led the game in the first half when Gary Cahill scored an own goal, but the match changed when Diego Costa scored an equalizer. The goal scored by Diego Costa gave the Blues increased advantage as they pressed on further, it helped them attain the confidence to press on further to score two more goals to seal up the game.
Gary Cahill scored an own goal in 45 minutes after that Diego Costa scored 60 minutes into the game. Willian and Hazard scored in 70 and 90 minutes respectively.
Manchester City wasted a lot of opportunities that came their way, and one of them was an opportunity Kevin De Bruyne wasted, overall Chelsea were a better side as they converted the opportunities they had.
The home team has failed to win their last three home games and today’s loss added to it to become four consecutive home losses.
Today’s ugly event is believed to be a result of very poor performance from Nicolas Otamendi.
Manchester City key striker, Ageuro would miss four games as a result of today’s red card and because he has been sent off earlier this season.
Based on the game played today it became evident that the home team really needs to sign a reliable defender in January.
Manchester City lost Vincent Kompany to injury while Nicolas Otamendi and John Stones have both performed poorly so far.
David Luis got away with what was supposed to be a red card while Aguero and Fernandinho were so unlucky to be sent off for theirs.
Gary Cahill who has scored twice against his team-mate Thibaut Courtois played excellently to make up for his own goal. In conclusion, the unstoppable Blues remain the champion of England as they top the table with thirty four points.