FT: Chelsea 0-2 Aston Villa, Blues Suffer Another DEFEAT! (VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS)

by Ifeanyichukwu Chris Akashili
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Chelsea were once again dealt a huge blow as Aston Villa beat them 0-2 at Stamford Bridge, MySportDab reports.

Graham Potter land in more troubles over a poor result which could mean a lot in the coming days at Stamford Bridge.

First Half Report 

The Villa side had a lot to be thankful in the first half which they dominated so well and made something happen going forward.

Chelsea had a good start to the game which saw them dominating playing and almost making it count for themselves which didn’t happen.

Aston Villa took the lead in the 18th minutes of the game which saw Ollie Watkins benefitting from Marc Cucurella mistake to make the scoreline 0-1 going forward.

The home side had themselves to blame as they carried on doing a lot in the game to make sure they came back but Ben Chilwell late goal was called off for a push.

The first half ended with Aston Villa taking a 0-1 advantage into the break against Chelsea who were just unlucky all through the 45 minutes of the encounter.

Second Half Report 

The second half was a lot as both teams had to make sure they turned the remaining 45 minutes in their favor which was intense all through.

Chelsea were poor in their dealings going forward in what saw them dominating play but didn’t make anything come to play in the match.

Aston Villa doubled their advantage in the 56th minutes from a stunning outside strike which John McGinn beautifully placed to make it 0-2.

Nothing happened between them going forward as the Blues were wasteful with everything on the pitch going forward which was very poor.

The match ended with another misery for Chelsea who take another 0-2 defeat against Aston Villa after 90 minutes of football at Stamford Bridge.

Watch Highlights Below:

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