Havertz shot several big poses, and Chelsea couldn't stand it

Havertz shot several big poses, and Chelsea couldn’t stand it

Chelsea drew 0-0 at home at Leeds United in round 28 of the Premier League.

Kai Havertz missed several big chances against Leeds in the first half (Photo: AFP)


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It was only the second time with Leeds United, under Marcelo Bielsa, he had only one attempt to score goals in a leading match in the first 45 minutes. Of course, the girl’s position is completely different, if we add that after only Edward Mindy’s (and his fingertips) exploits, this shot will eventually bounce off the goal and not finish in the net. He also scored a goal, but due to the ambush, the referee did not award a goal to Tyler Roberts.

There was also a goal post on the other side, although it was also “shot” by the Leeds players: a home defender trying to save his team-mate with the ball, and Geller got up and bounced off the bar to Ilan Messler’s hands. Not counted, Chelsea’s biggest chances are in the name of Kai Havertz, with the German midfielder striking the goalkeeper’s pivot in the sixth minute from just 6 yards and then shooting with his right foot past Hakim Zeggis in the rounds – but Messler was able to. To defend.

The match was even more impulsive in the second half, after another promising Zegis shot Havertz header from three meters into the goal, while within the other 16 could potentially jeopardize Raven, after a slight break from a 6-7-meter shot, Mindy boldly hit back. In the opposite direction. , To bounce the ball to the left and take it out of the gate throat with a volleyball movement.

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No matter how good the speed was, no goal was scored later, he remained unbeaten in Chelsea’s series in his tenth tournament – leading to seven wins and three draws in the league, led by coach Thomas Tuchel, who was appointed in January.

Angole Premier League
Round 28
Leeds United – Chelsea 0-0

Later
16.00: Crystal Palace – West Bromwich Albion)TV: Digi Sport1)
18.30: Everton-Burnley (TV: Digi Sport2)
21.00: Fulham-Manchester City (TV: Digi Sport1)
Sunday
13.00: Southampton-Brighton (TV: Player 1)
15.00: Leicester City – Sheffield United (TV: Digi Sport2)
17.30: Arsenal-TottenhamTV: Player 1)
20.15: Manchester United – West Ham United (TV: Digi Sport1)
Previously
Newcastle United – Aston Villa 1-1

the work
1. Manchester City 29 21 5 3 61-21 +40 68
2. Manchester United 28 15th 9 4 55-32 +23 54
3. Leicester 28 16 5 7 48-32 +16 53
4. Chelsea 29 14 9 6 44-25 +19 51
5. West Ham 27 14 6 7 42 – 31 +11 48
6. Everton 27 14 4 9 39-35 +4 46
7. Tottenham 27 13 6 8 46-28 +18 45
8. Liverpool 28 12 7 9 47–36 +11 43
9. Aston Villa 27 12 5 10 39–28 +11 41
10. Arsenal 27 11 5 11 35 – 28 +7 38
11. Leeds United 28 11 3 14 43-46 –3 36
12. Wolverhampton 28 9 8 11 28–37 –9 35
13. Crystal Palace 28 9 7 12 30-47 – 17 34
14. Southampton 28 9 6 13 35-49 – 14 33
15. Burnley 28 7 9 12 20 – 36 – 16 30
16. Newcastle 28 7 7 14 28-45 – 17 28
17. Brighton and Hove Albion 27 5 11 11 27-35 –8 26
18. Fulham 28 5 11 12 22 – 33 – 11 26
19. West Bromwich Albion 28 3 9 16 20-56 –36 18
20. Sheffield United 28 4 2 22 16-45 –29 14
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