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Dynamo Kyiv vs Chelsea
Team Performance
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trimind 3 months ago
Manchester United, Canada 3 533
4) Teams in EPL know Sarri's favorite gameplan and there is no plan B. After playing against for a long time, they slowly learn and adapt to it. The team in cup game can only play Chelsea at most 2 games, and it worked out. I mean the first time I saw Chelsea playing under Sarri, it was damn good, as the team swept away most opponents.
5) The use of Odoi. Callum Hudson Odoi is a big talent, and I really like this kid. He's allowed to play in cup game far more than in EPL. He provided much more width and pace for the team, and he's amazing at cutbacks and cross in. There is a need for that as both Chelsea's strikers, Higuain and Giroud, are very good at heading, and without proper services, they can't produce results!
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trimind 3 months ago
Manchester United, Canada 3 533
There are actually a few reasons behind it, which I thought contributed to it:
1) In Epl, the tempo is much faster, and it is a very physical league. The brain behind Sarri's gameplan is always Jorginho. And that guy is not suitable for EPL, I am not saying he's not a good player, it just does not work for him and the team.
2) In EPL, every single team know the first thing to play against Chelsea is to man-mark Jorginho, and once he's out of the game, Chelsea would struggle. There is a solution for it by playing Kante in that holding position or even Roben Loftus Cheek, but Sarri is very stubborn in his strategy.
3) In cup game, teams are playing at much higher stake, as a single game loss can decide the fate of the tie, whereas in EPL you have 38 games to play for.
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AxelMza2 3 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 0 105
I want Hudson-odoi to NEVER leave our club, jesus, he really got potential
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quikzyyy 3 months ago
Arsenal 407 7661
happy for Giroud!
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duedoetz 3 months ago
Chelsea 1 106
if you watch the match, it is not that chelsea played much more superbly than they did the last time.
dynamo just didn't really up for this match.
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FootballAficionado 3 months ago
Real Madrid, USA 0 122
Watching a football (soccer) game with English commentators is like listening to a bedtime story. No excitement whatsoever.
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mard991 3 months ago
Chelsea FC 0 189
u just used the prohibit word, what ever point u make is not valuble :LOL
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FootballAficionado 3 months ago
Real Madrid, USA 0 122
We all witnessed a miracle today. Giroud Scored.
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Muadosan 3 months ago
Perak YBU FC, Indonesia U18 0 7
Lucky win from chelsea
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DoubleDee 3 months ago
Chelsea 0 191
I don't understand why they aren't playing like this in the Epl. They are unbeaten in this competition, winning matches and scoring much goals but in the Epl they barely win matches and they always find it very very difficult to score a damn goal whenever they face any team in the Epl.
Does it mean that they take this competition more serious than Epl or teams here aren't strong enough than teams in the Epl?
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LoveKavi 3 months ago
Manchester United, England 0 836
Jorginho not playing is key lol.
Also this game is easy just like the first one. The level of competition is a lot different in the prem
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trimind 3 months ago
Manchester United, Canada 3 533
There are actually a few reasons behind it, which I thought contributed to it:
1) In Epl, the tempo is much faster, and it is a very physical league. The brain behind Sarri's gameplan is always Jorginho. And that guy is not suitable for EPL, I am not saying he's not a good player, it just does not work for him and the team.
2) In EPL, every single team know the first thing to play against Chelsea is to man-mark Jorginho, and once he's out of the game, Chelsea would struggle. There is a solution for it by playing Kante in that holding position or even Roben Loftus Cheek, but Sarri is very stubborn in his strategy.
3) In cup game, teams are playing at much higher stake, as a single game loss can decide the fate of the tie, whereas in EPL you have 38 games to play for.
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trimind 3 months ago
Manchester United, Canada 3 533
4) Teams in EPL know Sarri's favorite gameplan and there is no plan B. After playing against for a long time, they slowly learn and adapt to it. The team in cup game can only play Chelsea at most 2 games, and it worked out. I mean the first time I saw Chelsea playing under Sarri, it was damn good, as the team swept away most opponents.
5) The use of Odoi. Callum Hudson Odoi is a big talent, and I really like this kid. He's allowed to play in cup game far more than in EPL. He provided much more width and pace for the team, and he's amazing at cutbacks and cross in. There is a need for that as both Chelsea's strikers, Higuain and Giroud, are very good at heading, and without proper services, they can't produce results!
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trimind 3 months ago
Manchester United, Canada 3 533
There are probably more reasons, but cheers from ManU fans for the win xD.
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TottSpurs 3 months ago
Tottenham Hotspur, United States 0 682
They are playing BATE, Vidi, one of the worst Dynamo Kyiv sides I’ve ever seen, Malmö, PAOK, of course Chelsea are going to do well up to this point. Hopefully they actually get a real test like Napoli/Arsenal/Valencia/heck even Frankfurt, but knowing how it goes, Chelsea (or Arsenal) will get Slavia Praha and win like 5-1 on agg
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Morrizen 3 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 4 749
Nice analysis trimind i agree with most of what you say sarri is super stuborn...
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trimind 3 months ago Edited
Manchester United, Canada 3 533
Powerful performance from Chelsea. All English teams are through.

This kid Hudson Odoi is amazing, I have no idea why Chelsea did not utilize him more, IMO he's better than the 30-years-old Willian or Pedro for that fact. Losing him would be devastating for any team, I mean Chelsea has to do everything to hold on to him. He will be soon at WC level.

Both Ruben Loftus Cheek and Kante had great performances today as well, they controlled the midfield with ease. Now, maybe it will give Sarri some food for thought as sticking with Jorginho all the time is not the solution. Now, I understand some Chelsea fans pain :P .
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Powerful performance from Chelsea. All English teams are through.

This kid Hudson Odoi is amazing, I have no idea why Chelsea did not utilize him more, IMO he's better than the 30-years-old Willian or Pedro for that fact. Losing him would be devastating for any team, I mean Chelsea has to do everything to hold on to him. He will be soon at WC level.

Both Ruben Loftus Cheek and Kante had great performances today as well, they controlled the midfield with ease. Now, maybe it will give Sarri some food for thought as sticking with Jorginho all the time is not the solution. It is just not the solution.
TottSpurs 3 months ago
Tottenham Hotspur, United States 0 682
Well, except for Burnley ;-) haha I’m jk I know what you mean. A very fine performance by the Top 6 sides to all be involved in Qfs. Make the title run and Top 4 race even more thrilling, how they all balance the squads
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Blueman33 3 months ago
SSC Napoli, Poland 0 447
I hope Chelsea will play against Napoli in the Final ....... it will be the last hope for Napoli this season
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Sandrito2 3 months ago
Juventus, Italy 1 67
giroud deserves a club like juventus
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RasenRendan 3 months ago
Chelsea, Canada 0 1
You have fucking Ronaldo and you dominate your league, how much more candy do you want?
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Chenko 3 months ago
Tottenham Hotspur 0 81
Kepa is such a young manager with a great view on football
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AxelMza2 3 months ago
Chelsea, Mexico 0 105
jajajajaja hope he keeps playing kovacic over jorginho
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Roadcrew 3 months ago
Chelsea 0 144
Well done lads. Giroud always entertained us eventough sometimes he didnt mark his name on the scoresheet
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Sergii 3 months ago
Dynamo Kyiv, Ukraine 0 147
This is the weakest Dynamo Kyiv I have ever seen! What a fu44ing shame!
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TottSpurs 3 months ago
Tottenham Hotspur, United States 0 682
Sarri, why were you being a little bitch before the match complaining about the pitch?? You won 0-5 and 8-0 on agg.
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romen91 3 months ago
Arsenal 0 47
Emm, he was worried his player would be injured maybe?
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Danu_MD 3 months ago
Steaua București, Moldova 0 38
This looked like a training match for Chelsea.
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R7isMYsavior 3 months ago
Eibar 0 247
Every match is training for them
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Sandrito2 3 months ago
Juventus, Italy 1 67
just like man city vs chelsea
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