Azpilicueta is shocked and Arsenal takes the lead over City

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Azpilicueta is shocked and Arsenal takes the lead over City

Chelsea took another step on their tortuous path this season with yet another defeat at home

Spain defender César Azpilicueta was shocked this Saturday when he was kicked to the head and required 10 minutes treatment on the pitch at Stamford Bridge, where he emerged unharmed, albeit on a stretcher, in the defeat to Southampton in a day 24 from Premier with win in extremis by leaders Arsenal and draw by Manchester City. Azpilicueta is shocked and Arsenal takes the lead over City

Chelsea took another step on their rocky path this season with defeat at home, two wins in their last 14 games alone, by Ward-Prowse’s first-half stoppage-time away goal. The poor form of Graham Potter’s team was joined by a dramatic ending with the Spain international’s misfortune.

The ‘blue’ captain needed oxygen on the field, where he was surrounded by his teammates in terror, and regained consciousness on the stretcher to be replaced. The London team’s defeat to the bottom team has left Potter’s team 10 points clear of the Champions League zone with one game remaining.

In addition, the Prime Minister experienced a chapter of who knows if it was decisive for City to draw and win an Arsenal that gives Pep Guardiola’s men 2 points and a game less. Mikel Arteta’s team recorded an epic victory and faith, which seemed to be lost in the last three days, against Aston Villa (2-4).

The ‘Gunners’, who had just lost the lead in a direct duel against City on Wednesday, won with a goal from Dibu Martínez’ off his own goal, after a ball completed by Jorginho bounced off the crossbar. Martinelli already tipped the fourth for the Emirates lead. Meanwhile, City saw their success rate in the title race decline with a draw against Nottingham Forest (1-1). Azpilicueta is shocked and Arsenal takes the lead over City

Guardiola’s men took the lead through Bernardo Silva before half-time, but Keylor Navas again shone in his new side, saving Forest from second place against Haaland. In the 84th minute, Wood scored his first goal for Nottingham to help the hosts to their eighth game without losing at the City Ground. Unai Emery’s Villa lose some of the good feeling that the Spanish coach instilled with his third straight defeat, as is the case with Julen Lopetegui’s Wolves, who lost at home (0-1) to a Bournemouth side pushing for a rescue. From the bottom, Coleman’s 1-0, with help from the goalkeeper, lifted Everton out of the relegation places against Leeds United who remain in the red zone. The Toffees register their second win in three games under their new coach Sean Dyche.

Source: La Verdad

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