Date: 5th December 2020 at 10:20pm
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Leeds United

Stamford Bridge

Premier League

5/12/2020 8:00 pm

Attendance: 2000

Referee: Kevin Friend

Chelsea Leeds United
Giroud (27), Zouma (61), Pulisic (90+3) Bamford (4)
Mendy Meslier
James Ayling
Zouma Koch 9
Thiago Silva Cooper
Chilwell Alioski 69
Havertz 67 Dias Belloli
Kante Dallas
Mount Phillips
Ziyech 30 Harrison 57
Giroud 79 Klich
Werner Bamford


Pulisic 30 Poveda 57
Arrizabalaga Roberts
Rudiger Casilla
Jorginho Llorente
Abraham 79 Helder Costa
Kovacic 67 Rodrigo 69
Azpilicueta Struijk

Game Statistics

23 Goal attempts 8
10 On Target 3
8 Corners 4
12 Fouls 9
0 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
46 % 54

With Leeds United bouncing back from the disappointing defeat to Crystal Palace with a good draw against Arsenal and then all three points against Everton, Saturday’s late fixture gave us a very tough test against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea started brightly and Frank Lampard had them up for this, but four minutes in and easily against the run of play, Patrick Bamford rocked his former club and gave us the 1-0 advantage.

The hosts remained on top, with better possession and chances in the first period and inevitably levelled the scores up just before the half hour mark, but we weren’t out of the game.

Second half was largely similar but we did get more of the ball without doing much with it.

Unfortunately, Chelsea took the advantage on the hour mark and made it a more comprehensive win in stoppage time.

Final score 3-1 but we move onto the next one as it was always going to be a learning curve.

Chelsea MotM

Kalvin Phillips

Kalvin Phillips

Patrick Bamford

Patrick Bamford

Liam Cooper

Liam Cooper


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Leeds fans hold aloft scarfs during the game

In 1967, goalkeeper Gary Sprake unfortunately gifted Liverpool a goal as he threw the ball into his own net - which defender was he actually aiming for?

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