Sunday, 1 April 2012

0 Fernando Torres end Premier league goals drought in 4-2 Chelsea win vs Aston Villa

Right from the begin Chelsea showed the desire to win and move close Tottenham Spurs. The Blues score early on 9 minute through Daniel Sturridge (his 12th goal of the season) and Ivanovic added the second on 51 minute and Chelsea looked comfortably sealing the three points. Aston Villa then grabbed two quick goals through James Collins and Eric Lichaj

The heat raise for both team each going for the winner, but fortune favour the brave, Ivanovic got his second, third for Chelsea before Daniel sturridge release Fernando Torres to score the forth goals and end his Premier league goal drought. It took him six months to score his 4th premiership goal for Chelsea but has been hailed for his goal assist.

Chelsea to fight for Champions league by breaking top 4 or winning Champion league this season.
Chelsea lag behind Arsenal and Tottenham by 5 and 2 points respectively, but spurs has a game at hand against Swansea City on Sunday. Still tough for Chelsea to break in top four considering opponents forms and few games remaining but surely Di Mateo will try to push hard and hard. Chelsea will still be in Champions League next season even if they fail to make top four by winning the Champions league this season, which seemed even tougher than breaking into top four. Next week Chelsea will face Benfica FC in Second leg after 1-0 victory in first leg away game.

Aston Villa skipper Stiliyan Petrov recently diagnosed with Acute Leukaemia was showed support by fan of both two clubs. We wish him a fast recovery.

Aston Villa vs Chelsea goals summary
Daniel Sturridge (9') 0-1
Branislav Ivanovic (51') 0-2
James Collins (77') 1-2
Eric Lichaj (80') 2-2
Branislav Ivanovic (83') 2-3
Fernando Torres (90') 2-4

Aston Villa vs Chelsea video highlight of all goals

szólj hozzá: Aston Villa v Chelsea 2:4 MOTD


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