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Chelsea vs Sunderland: 5 Talking Points

Chelsea vs Sunderland: 5 Talking Points

John Terry of Chelsea applauds fans after his team’s 3-1 win over Sunderland at Stamford Bridge. Photograph: Clive Mason/Getty Images

5 talking points from ES as Chelsea return to winning ways.

Chelsea FC 3-1 Sunderland FC(Gameweek 17),

The game, much awaited after Mourinho’s dismissal, was an amazing watch, as was the reaction of fans in support of their beloved manager. The players were back to their best and played like Champions. A few players like Fabregas and Costa however received a hostile treatment from fans, with boos sounding out as they were substituted. Nonetheless, it was a positive game for the Blues and a disappointing one for Sam Allardyce.

Best of all

Oscar, undoubtedly, was the best player on the pitch and the only player from the Chelsea side to have taken a shot outside the box. He looked sharp, and played with a high tempo and pushed others to play at the same level.

The 6’ 7″ keeper, Pantilimon, was the best player for Sunderland. He made some great saves giving Sunderland hope to bounce back, soectacularly keeping out Loic Remy’s shot.

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