Armando Broja scored in his second game as Chelsea came from behind to beat Bournemouth 1-2 with Ike Ugbo scoring the winning goal, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half wasn’t that fun both sides were able to bring some lights which couldn’t result in them finding anything good to cheer the fans about.
Chelsea started the first half as the better side who controlled the game making sure they see themselves going ahead over their opponent which proves difficult to happen.
The match was a good one for Bournemouth who was okay with keeping the scoreline 0-0 as long they couldn’t get much of the ball going forward against Uefa Champions League winners.
Nothing to separate them except some wasted opportunities which kept coming for the two sides with most of them going to Thomas Tuchel’s side who were sluggish in making it count.
The first half went on to finish with Bournemouth 0-0 Chelsea as they both headed for the break without any breakthrough as the 45 minutes was tight.
Second Half Report
The second half was where all the excitement came into the game as we witnessed goals being scored between the two teams in the preseason.
Bournemouth continued to pushed and fight back as the second 45 minutes was showing some glimpse of entertainment in the early stages.
Chelsea were stunned in the 68th minute of the game as Marcondes gave the home side the deal through a shocker of a goal to make the scoreline 1-0 after a sensational finishing.
Although, it took up to 72nd minutes for Armando Broja to level things up to 1-1 for the Blues as the forward made sure he didn’t miss target after receiving a cross.
Ike Ugbo put the Londoners ahead in the 76th minute as once again another Academy Graduate who returned from loan scoring to make the game turn in their favor 1-2 as it progressed.
Nothing more as the game came to an end with Bournemouth 1-2 Chelsea, as the Blues rallied from behind to ensure the game finished in their favor with a banging win.
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