Written by Albert Echatah
As a result of Chelsea’s stuttering 0-0 draw with Bournemouth, the Blues have only won one of their first five Premier League (PL) games, while Bournemouth has only won once in their past eight league games at the Vitality Stadium (D2, L5).
For the first time since December 2000, Chelsea made a solid opening to the game, taking the game to their hosts and creating some early chances. They were desperate to avoid an embarrassing fourth consecutive away league loss.
Mykhailo Mudryk, who had previously displayed promise, participated in the visitors’ productive play and was awarded a free kick on the outskirts of the box.
Sterling, who was undoubtedly Chelsea’s most dangerous player in the opening period, stepped up to curl an absolutely perfect shot onto the goal line and under the crossbar before the assistant raised his flag against Levi Colwill, who wheeled in on the rebound.
Dominic Solanke forced a save from Sánchez, while Chelsea substitutes Cole Palmer and Ian Maatsen each squandered additional opportunities as the Cherries obviously believed the game was theirs to win. Both teams were obliged to accept a point at the end of a tense conclusion that failed to provide the elusive goal.
The hosts will be much happier with that draw than they will with a Premier League victory, especially following last time out’s heartbreaking last-second equalizer.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has said that it could take Wataru Endo a while to get used to the Premier League.
Wataru Endo may need some time to adjust to playing in the Premier League and to the higher level at Anfield, according to Jurgen Klopp, who spoke to Liverpool’s official website.
Endo transferred from VfB Stuttgart to Liverpool during the summer transfer period. The Premier League team reportedly paid £16.2 million in transfer fees for the defensive midfielder, according to Sky Sports.
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