Chelsea Again Showed its Dominance

Chelsea again showed its dominance in the Premier League of England. After Liverpool and Manchester United, Arsenal are now the victims. The Blues humiliate Arsenal 3-0 at Emirates Stadium, Monday (30/11) morning pm. Didier Drogba became Chelsea's key to success. Two goals successfully printed Drogba minute 41 and 86. Meanwhile, one other goal born out of an own goal Thomas Vermaelen minute 45. Full support from his supporters, Arsenal immediately start pressing the first half. Much feedback immediately greeted Bacary Sagna Cesc Fabregas 3 minutes, but Petr Cech goal secures success. Opportunity to come back to the host through Eduardo, but Chelsea captain John Terry tough defense to secure the area. The opportunity Arsenal kept coming barrage, from Fabregas free kick, until the opportunity Eduardo. But always failed to fruition. Chelsea is not without opportunities. Minute 17, Nicolas Anelka got away from the off-side trap. But William Gallas was able to block the ball. Both teams continued to create opportunities from the front line but not one to fruition. Until all changed one minute before the end of the first half. Successful Drogba broke the deadlock for Chelsea with a goal 41 minutes. Bait Terry, Ashley Cole passed from the left side towards Drogba. Drogba easily rip Manuel Almunia. Over the four-minute, Chelsea's double position. This time thanks to an own goal Vermaelen minute 45. Vermaelen intention to banish the Cole kick that had touched Gallas turned towards his own goal. After the break, Arsenal increasingly depressed, but the attacks that Arsene Wenger's squad built up to 20 minutes of the second half still fail to walk through Cech's goal. In contrast, Chelsea almost added advantage 63 minutes. Feedback led to Drogba, Frank Lampard, but Almunia is more readily. Drogba eventually added advantage 86 minutes, take advantage of a free kick, Ivory Coast player is making Almunia did not move. Until the game ended 3-0 score did not change.


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