Published: Sun, February 26, 2017
Medicine | By Daryl Nelson

English Premier League Report: Chelsea v Swansea City 25 February 2017

English Premier League Report: Chelsea v Swansea City 25 February 2017

However, the Blues eventually went ahead again on 72 minutes, via a curling effort from the impressive Pedro.

Mauricio Pochettino's side are 10 points adrift of their London rivals after winning only one of their last four league matches.

While sacked boss Claudio Ranieri was saying his farewells at the club's Belvoir Drive training base on Saturday, Leicester's fight for survival took a turn for the worse without the players even kicking a ball.

He did very well on the 14th minute though, as he and Hazard worked a nice one-two inside the Swans area, before the Belgian thrived a slick back pass for Fabregas on the edge of the box, where his shot was blocked for a corner.

It was Fabregas's 46th goal in English football.

There may be two trophies in the offering for Antonio Conte and Chelsea, but the singular objective to both of them is simple. Chelsea's high pressure even nearly resulted an own goal from Fabianski.

N'Golo Kante was brilliant defensively today.

Costa wrapped up the win with the third six minutes from time after good work by Eden Hazard.

Goals from Idrissa Gueye and Romelu Lukaku in the 40th and 80th minutes sealed the win for Everton.

Cesc Fabregas was the first to get on the board for Chelsea.

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A huge Frank Lampard flag was held by supporters in the middle of the pitch as the ex-England man made his way down from the stands at half-time during the clash against Swansea.

"They are in strong position but they will not think the title race is over just yet, and the teams behind them will not be thinking that, but they deserve to be where they are". They aren't afraid of anything when it comes to acquiring the world's best players.

The result left Hull second-bottom while Burnley are 11th after only their second away point of the season.

Punters, therefore, are advised to snap up the juicy 5/4 (2.25) quote for more than three goals to be scored when Chelsea face Swansea City; a selection that would have seen punters profit from four of the last five fixtures between the two teams.

A penalty shout apiece within a minute of each other was denied by referee Neil Swarbrick - a ball to arm in Cesar Azpilicueta's case and a challenge on the ball rather than on Diego Costa for Alfie Masson.

"It is special, I am looking forward to going back", said the Swansea head coach. "Swansea", though he added defensively, and so many goals will be.

"He has got a lot to offer and I would like to say congratulations to him on such a wonderful career".

"We've had a hard run of games".

Pedro was soon later subbed off, and replaced by Nemanja Matic as Conte looked to set more defensive set-up to protect the regained lead. Having rescued Chelsea on numerous occasions last season with important goals, you would have thought Willian would be a guaranteed starter. On the edge of first half stoppage time, Chelsea's defense shut off, and Fernando Llorente wiggled his way into some space before heading home a cross for the 1-1 equalizer. 11 points clear at the top of the table - come on Chelsea!

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