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MessagePosté le: Lun 16 Avr - 07:07 (2018)    Sujet du message: CHELSEA PLAYER RATINGS VS SOUTHAMPTON: OLIVIER GIROUD AND ED Répondre en citant

 
sbo666 Goals from Olivier Giroud and Eden Hazard helped Chelsea mount a stunning comeback and secure all three points against a resilient Southampton side.

The Blues found themselves two goals behind an hour into the game. Chelsea had a lot of possession, but Southampton were resilient in defence and took advantage of the visitors’ high line and lack of pace well to attack them on the break.

Dusan Tadic opened the scoring in the 21st minute after some fantastic work from Ryan Bertrand on the left flank. Jan Bedranek then got on the end of a free-kick to tap home the second. Antonio Conte then brought on Giroud and Pedro and that proved to be a masterstroke.

Thibaut Courtois: 7
Made five saves over the course of the game, two of them extremely crucial to his side’s victory. Could do nothing for either of the goals as he was let down by his defence. Otherwise had some routine saves to make and had a good game overall.

Cesar Azpilicueta: 6
Ran ragged by Ryan Bertrand for the first goal. The Englishman exposed Azpilicueta’s lack of pace with great effect. That seemed to break his confidence and the rest of the first half didn’t go any better for the Spaniard. Looked extremely tired and low on morale for large parts of the game. Worked hard and ensured that the hosts wouldn’t have any luck down his flank in the second half.

Andreas Christensen: 7
Perhaps one of his better games in recent weeks. Reinstated into the squad to give Antonio Rudiger a rest and the big Dane didn’t disappoint. Should have done better to prevent Ryan Bertrand’s cross for the first goal. But, he stood his ground well for the most part while coming up against Shane Long. sbo666

Gary Cahill: 7.5
The Chelsea captain had yet another good game at the heart of defence. The Blues’ best centre-back on the afternoon, the Englishman never lost hope and ultimately led his side to a huge morale boosting victory. Won a lot of important challenges, was good in the air and Southampton had no luck from his side.

Davide Zappacosta: 6
Found it extremely difficult to deal with Bertrand and Dusan Tadic. Was ineffective going forward and couldn’t help prevent the two goals scored. Caught out of position a few times and often pegged back on the break. Taken off in the 61st minute. Has had and will have better games in a Blue shirt.

Cesc Fabregas: 7
Fabregas’s passing was a bit off, but he distributed well and intelligently for the most part. Kept things moving in the middle of the park. Picked up the pace in the second half and even more after Giroud came on. Never seemed to give up and did his fair share defensively.

N’Golo Kante: 8
Top class once again. Ended the game with the same high tempo that he started it with. Had most of his teammates been the same way, Chelsea would’ve won this game comfortably. Was almost everywhere and was instrumental in helping Chelsea retain possession and keep the pressure on the Saints in the last half hour of the game.n helping Chelsea retain possession and keep the pressure on the Saints in the last half hour of the game.n possession and keep the pressure on the Saints in the last half hour of the game. sbo666
 


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MessagePosté le: Mer 2 Mai - 07:24 (2018)    Sujet du message: Ian Wright calls Steven Gerrard's potential move to Rangers Répondre en citant

Ian Wright calls Steven Gerrard's potential move to Rangers 'perfect'
 
pic5678 Ian Wright says Steven Gerrard's potential managerial move to Rangers is "perfect" for both parties and can only help the Liverpool legend's career. Graeme Murty was sacked on Monday after a 5-0 loss to Old Firm rivals Celtic at the weekend, and current Liverpool U18 coach Gerrard has confirmed that talks between himself and the club were "positive" and will carry on this week. With the former midfielder looking set for a move to Ibrox in the coming days, Wright is fully behind the appointment and believes it would be a good next step for his burgeoning managerial career.
"With Steven being the personality that he is, wherever he goes, he is going to have that focus on him so you might as well go somewhere like Rangers where their aim is to get closer to Celtic," he said on The Debate. "The only problem Steven will have is if he starts losing to the other teams, he can't get his message over or they aren't playing well enough. I don't think that will happen if he surrounds himself with the right people. "If they are going to back him and give him exactly what he wants, it's perfect because it's a magnificent club and they are way behind Celtic, so anything he can do to progress and get them closer is going to be a success for him.

"The pressure in Scotland is very crystallised and what it will do is get him ready for whatever may come in the future for him. It's almost as if Liverpool are loaning him out. "For him to have the opportunity to have a job of that stature and that size, I think it's perfect." Dennis Wise - who has managerial experience at the likes of Millwall and Leeds - agrees with Wright, and believes his Liverpool connections will be a big benefit. pic5678

"He has got an opportunity where he can go to Liverpool and say 'I would like to loan that player and that player' and he will get help from them," he added. "When you're walking into that environment and he needs some help or wants a certain player that they're not using, he's in that position where he can pick the phone up to certain individuals. "If you want your boys to play and have experience, you want them to go out and play in front of the big crowds, go up against men and get knocked over.

"I think he has a really unique situation where he can point to people, knock on the door and pick the phone up. That is the key to it as well, being able to have that personality and stature to turn around and say 'I would like that player'. "He would know those players and get so much help because people want him to do well." pic5678


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