Now they are very close to the Premier class – there are still a lot of nerves: (News: Everything about the Premier League)

FC Chelsea beat German coach Thomas Toussell 2-1 (0-0) in a Champions League victory over Leicester City. (Premier League Schedule)

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In the new edition of the FA Cup final on Saturday, the Blues lost 1-0, with national player Antonio Rodger (47th) hanging out in a corner, and Jorkinho (66th) bringing out one from Timo Werner penalty The Blues.

Leicester’s Kelechi Ihianacho (76) created the game in front of about 8,000 spectators at Stamford Bridge. (Service: Results and Schedule)

Thanks to the win, Chelsea jumped to third place with 67 points, one point ahead of Leicester. However, Liverpool FC (63) have played a limited game with team manager Jurgen Klopp, making him more likely to be in the PM’s class.

Werner was unlucky in Chelsea’s victory

Chelsea’s Werner has been temporarily close to frustration in the recent clash with Leicester: the former R.P. The Leipzig striker was denied a win twice, first offside level (22nd) and then as a result of previous handball (34th), the video showed as evidence.

“For me, the first half is like a mirror of the whole season. Always be close, then not really the end. But if you’l young and in the Champions League final, that’s not a problem,” Werner said. BBC.

However, in the final stages, it warmed up again: a pack formation after a fight between Chelsea Ben Silvell and Ricardo Pereira shortly before the end of the eight-minute stop, in which the radiator pushes the Leicester player

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FC Chelsea (formerly) beat Timo Werner (former) Leicester City – thanks to a goal from Antonio Rodrigues © Image

As a result, more players and athletes rushed in before referee Michael Dean blew the whistle. When Pereira picked up a yellow card, the Rodger left it.

In the end, it’s not a bar to insults: “It’s a great performance, but the work is not done yet. We have two more important games. The fans made a big difference.”

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