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Jorginho Back Pass Error To Kepa Vs Arsenal (VIDEO)

Chelsea Vs Arsenal kicked off yesterday evening for an exciting match between two London clubs, MySportDab reports. 

For Chelsea, they were trying to qualify for the Champions League next season.

Although, Chelsea will still qualify if they win the Champions League final against Manchester City and finish outside the top four.

But for Arsenal, they won’t play European football at all next season, for the first time in a long while.

Arsenal Coach Mikel Arteta is under pressure to improve the team or face being sacked by the club.

During the match, midfielder Jorginho made a big mistake which led to Arsenal’s goal.

Jorginho played a back pass to goalkeeper Kepa, who did everything possible to avoid a goal but the ball still scored from smith rowe.

Video;

EPL Line-up:

Chelsea XI: Kepa, Silva, Azpilicueta, Zouma, Jorginho, James, Gilmour, Havertz, Chilwell, Mount, Pulisic.

Arsenal XI: Leno, Saka, Holding, Gabriel, Mari, Smith Rowe, Elneny, Odegaard, Partey, Tierney, Aubameyang.

1′ Chelsea 0-0 Arsenal


2′ Chelsea 0-0 Arsenal

16′ Chelsea 0-1 Arsenal (Smith Rowe)

HT Chelsea 0-1 Arsenal

57′ Chelsea 1-1 Arsenal (Pulisic) Goal disallowed.

58′ Chelsea 0-1 Arsenal

FT Chelsea 0-1 Arsenal

Team News

For Chelsea, Kepa starts in goal to replace Edouard Mendy, who is currently first choice.

Silva, Azpilicueta, and Zouma start in the Chelsea defence of a back 3 as usual under Tuchel.

Jorginho, James, Chilwell, and Gilmour start in a four man midfield for Chelsea today against Arsenal.

Mason Mount plays alongside Havertz and Pulisic to lead the Chelsea attack.

For Arsenal, Leno starts in goal as expected.

Aubameyang is back in the Arsenal Starting XI and leads the Gunners attack.

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