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CRY 1-2 CHE: Chelsea’s Victory Today Reveals A Mistake Potter Shouldn’t Make Ahead Of The Next Match



Graham Potter’s Chelsea are off to a flying start after defeating Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace by two goals to one. It wasn’t a good performance from the Blues, who haven’t lost in their last five games (W4 D1) against the Eagles, but it was a sign that they can win away games this season after three consecutive away defeats under Thomas Tuchel.



The wasteful Blues were unable to dominate the game in the first 15 minutes, falling behind in the seventh minute to Edouard’s brilliant strike.



The Blues eventually found their rhythm in the game, with Aubameyang scoring his first Premier League goal as a Chelsea player in the 38th minute. Crystal Palace, who were the game’s defensive shield, couldn’t prevent Chelsea from winning at Selhurst Park, as Conor Callagher scored in the 90th minute to deny his former club a point.

Chelsea’s win over Crystal Palace moves them up to fifth place in the Premier League table with 13 points, one point behind fourth-placed Brighton.

Graham Potter’s side’s victory over Crystal Palace reveals a mistake the English tactician should avoid ahead of their next Champions League match against AC Milan. The 52-year-old Englishman made a mistake that his predecessor frequently makes, and it nearly cost him the victory today.

For the second time this season as Chelsea manager, the former Brighton manager started Mason Mount ahead of Christian Pulisic, who has struggled this season.

Despite only playing six minutes, Christian Pulisic provided the assist that secured three points for Chelsea in today’s game, while Mason Mount was unimpressive for 84 minutes.

Christian Pulisic demonstrated today that Graham Potter should not repeat the mistake of starting Mason Mount ahead of him because he is now the superior player, at least for the time being.


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