Saturday 28 April 2018


Fabregas Lifts Chelsea In Race For Top Four Finish

Chelsea kept alive their expectations of fitting the bill for the Champions League as Blues supervisor Antonio Conte guaranteed his 50th Premier League win because of a Cesc Fabregas rocket in Saturday's 1-0 accomplishment at Swansea.

Fabregas' fine strike came in the fourth moment and the mid-fielder's 50th Premier League objective was sufficient to give Chelsea their fourth progressive triumph in all rivalries.

Chelsea, in fifth, are no picnic for Tottenham's foot sole areas in the fight for a main four wrap up.

They trail fourth-set Tottenham by two focuses in front of their London adversaries' conflict with Watford on Monday.

Swansea remain immovably in transfer risk and Carlos Carvalhal's side are currently just a point above Southampton, with a crunch fight approaching against the Saints in the most recent seven day stretch of the season.

Swansea will feel they may have had a punishment in the second half when Gary Cahill trod on substitute Nathan Dyer's foot, yet official Jonathan Moss waved away their cases.

There was likewise a late beat down between the Chelsea captain and Jordan Ayew after the Swansea striker pushed the safeguard in the back with a late test, in spite of the fact that Cahill went down holding his head.

Chelsea proceeded with an objective of striking effortlessness in the fourth moment, yet which was very simple for the loving of Carvalhal.

Andy King lost ownership in midfield, which permitted Eden Hazard to move around Ki Sung-Yueng and play in Fabregas who twisted the ball first time past guardian Lukasz Fabianski.

It was Fabregas' first goal since August and both he and Hazard looked hazardous at whatever point they kept running at a complicated Swansea guard.

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