Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Sports

 

Soccer

 

Premier League

OPINION: CHE 5-4 AVL: 2 players in the Match that Man City should Watch Out For

OPINION: CHE 5-4 AVL: 2 players in the Match that Man City should Watch Out For

ARTICLE SOURCE: MY OPINION

Chelsea hosted Aston Villa for the second time this season in the third round of the EFL Cup, also known as the Carabao Cup, at Stamford Bridge. The Cup is an annual knockout football competition for English men's domestic football leagues' top four tiers.

Despite the fact that the match ended in a 1-1 draw at full-time, with goals from Chelsea's 25-year-old German striker Werner and Aston Villa's 20-year-old English forward Archer scoring an equalizer for his club in the 64th minute, The Blues were able to emerge victorious after a 5-4 penalty shootout victory over their opponents.

In this post, I'll discuss two outstanding Chelsea players who impressed in the Carabao Cup encounter against Aston Villa and who Man City should keep an eye on in the EPL match week-6 game at Stamford Bridge.


1. Timo Werner

Timo Werner is without a doubt one of the finest attackers in the league, as he demonstrated by scoring a 54th-minute goal for Chelsea FC when Tuchel charged him with spearheading the club's attack against Aston Villa in the EFL Cup tie.

In the Premier League battle at Stamford Bridge, the German striker was one of the individuals Man City should keep an eye on.


2. Reece James

Reece James, a 21-year-old English defender, was perhaps Chelsea's finest player in the EFL Cup match against Villa. He completed more passes than any other player on the field, and he did so with a pass accuracy of 97 percent.

James was also involved in Werner's goal for Chelsea in the 54th minute. He's one of the players Man City has to keep an eye on.

What do you think concerning my opinion? Kindly share your comments below, thanks for reading.

Content created and supplied by: MajorMedia (via Opera News )

Blues Carabao Cup Chelsea Man City Stamford Bridge

COMMENTS

Load app to read more comments