Bournemouth –Chelsea failed to get full points while undergoing an away party against Bournemouth . Had excelled in the first round, the Blues were arrested series The Cherries 2-2.
Chelsea travel to Bournemouth headquarters at Dean Court Stadium on Saturday (2/29/2020) night WIB in the English League continued . In the first half of the half, the visitors controlled the match with 75 percent possession and fired 9 shots versus 3 from The Cherries.
Frank Lampard’s squad were winning 1-0 in the first half of 45 minutes. Marcos Alonso scored with a kick in the 32nd minute.
In the second half, Bournemouth turned things around with goals from Jefferson Lerma and Joshua King. Alonso saved Chelsea from defeat thanks to his goal and forced the match to end in a 2-2 draw.
These results make Chelsea remain in fourth position with 45 points. There is also Bournemouth still at number 17 with 27 points.
The game Bournemouth vs Chelsea
Bournemouth opened up opportunities in the early minutes of the match through Phillip Billing. Close-range kicks are still sideways from the Blues goal.
Chelsea threatened to reply in the seventh minute. Marcos Alonso’s shot from outside the penalty box can still be ignored goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.
Bournemouth again made chances in the ninth minute. This time Callum Wilson escaped from Fikayo Tomori’s escort and fired a shot from the left side which was still denied by goalkeeper Willy Caballero.
Goal! Chelsea broke the deadlock in the 32nd minute. Starting from the Mason Mount vomit ball that hit the crossbar, Alonso without difficulty fired close range at the Bournemouth goal. Score 1-0 for Chelsea.
After the first goal, Chelsea did not relax his attack. Reece James almost doubled the lead via a long-range shot in the 41st minute, but Ramsdale’s shot was pushed over.
Until entering halftime, no additional goals are created. The first round closed with Chelsea 1-0 advantage.
In the second half, Bournemouth appeared more attacking to equalize. The result is a balanced goal scored by the home team in the 54th minute.
Starting from Ryan Fraser’s corner kick, Jefferson Lerma jumped and headed the ball into the Chelsea goal. Position changed as strong as 1-1.
Bournemouth didn’t waste momentum after scoring the equalizer. Two minutes later, The Cherries broke through the Chelsea goal again.
Joshua King listed his name on the scoreboard through his goal that utilizes a pull bait from Jack Stacey from the right side. Bournemouth turned 2-1 ahead.
Chelsea tried to play attack again to be able to catch up. Michy Batshuayi had scored in the 72nd minute, but the referee disallowed because the Belgian was already offside.
The Blues can only be equalized in the 85th minute. Alonso scored the equalizer as well as his second goal in this match.
Starting from the hard kick Pedro who pushed by Ramsdale, the ball was directly thrown by Alonso into the Bournemouth goal. Position changed from 2-2.
Chelsea tried to score the third goal throughout the remaining time available. But until the final whistle sounded, no additional goals were created.
Complete match with a 2-2 draw for both teams.
Line-up: Bournemouth vs Chelsea
Bournemouth: Aaron Ramsdale; Adam Smith, Nathan Ake, Jack Stacey, Steve Cook; Phillip Billing; Joshua King (Junior Stanislas 68′), Jefferson Lerma, Lewis Cook (Dan Gosling 80′), Ryan Fraser; Callum Wilson
Chelsea: Willy Caballero; Fikayo Tomori, Andreas Christiensen, Cesar Azpilicueta; Marcos Alonso, Mateo Kovacici, Jorginho, Reece James; Mason Mount, Oliver Giroud (Michy Batshuayi 72 ‘), Pedro.