Arsenal vs Chelsea Balanced Without Goals
London – There was no winner in Arsenal’s big match with Chelsea. Duel at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday (26/04/2015) night ending goalless, which makes the Blues closer to her title.
London derby between Arsenal draw with Chelsea runs in the second innings. Some opportunities dikreasikan both teams though none could be completed to be scored. In the first half colored some controversial refereeing decisions that do not give a good penalty for the Gunners and the Blues.
One further point to make Chelsea firmly on top and closer to the Premier League title. Squad Jose Mourinho are now collecting 77 points from 33 games – 10 points ahead of Manchester City who had undergone 34 games.
For additional Arsenal a point keeping them sitting in fourth position of the standings with 67 points Arsene Wenger’s squad has points in common with the Citizens, but an inferior goal difference.
The first opportunity in this kaga came when a free kick Santi Cazorla arrested Thibaut Courtois in the third minute.
Oscar fell in seven minutes in the penalty box after the arm is pulled Bellerin Arsenal. However, the referee said there was no violation and the match continued.
Olivier Giroud download jugling ball when his back to goal and extra tight escort from the Chelsea defender. His efforts failed and acrobatic shot against Chelsea back safely.
15 minutes into the Oscar offside trap while chasing bait measured from Cecs Fabregas. When faced with goalkeeper Ospina Brazilian midfielder melob ball, but then collapsed on the field due to being hit by Ospina. From the moment that the skin round the bounce pass Ospnina range bounced towards the empty goal, but canceled into the net because Bellerin discarded.
On the sidelines Mourinho looks protested strongly to the match officials. He should be able to assume Chelsea penalty because Oscar was hit by Ospina.
Cesc Fabregas may cheers of tens of thousands of supporters of Arsenal when he was yellow-carded because they do diving in the penalty box on 23 minutes.
The referee again made the controversial decision in minute 34. Cazorla kick off the face of the penalty box is cleared Cahill who come flopping down. Although hand Cahill looks on the ball, the court said there was no penalty.
Through Ramires in the 38th minute Chelsea had another chance to score. Live berhadapang the goalkeeper after a through pass from Willian can, Ramires horizontal kick failed melepasti Ospina.
One minute before halftime crisis occurred in the Chelsea penalty box. The moment that ends with a hard kick Mesut Ozil which leads right into the arms of Courtois.
At the beginning of the second half Chelasea replace Oscar with Didier Drogba. Oscar collide with Ospina must undergo further treatment in hospital.
Drogba created the first chance in the 65th minute, when a shot that he remove the right leads to Ospina. A minute later the cooperation undertaken by Ozil nyari Aaron Ramsey led the creation of the first goal, but the moment it finally just yielded a corner kick.
Mertesacker! Can a loose ball in the penalty box, kick from the German central defender deviated to the right side of the goal.
In the first minute of injury time period Arsenal had a golden opportunity to make goals. Monreal sent the ball horizontally to face Arsenal penalty box, there Theo Walcott late stretched his legs to deflect the ball into the goal. Though the distance to the ball only a few centimeters only.
The score was still 0-0 when the referee finally blew the long whistle signaled the complete game. Additional one point John Terry celebrated with enthusiasm, with her looks shouting excitedly while cuddling with his colleagues.
Arsenal: David Ospina, Per Mertesacker, Laurent Koscielny, Nacho Monreal, Hector Bellerin, Mesut Özil, Aaron Ramsey, Alexis Sánchez, Santi Cazorla, Francis Coquelin (’76 Danny Welbeck), Olivier Giroud (’84 Theo Walcott)
Chelsea: Thibaut Courtois, Branislav Ivanovic, Gary Cahill, John Terry, Ce; sar Azpilicueta, Cesc Fàbregas (’90 Kurt Zouma), Ramires, Eden Hazard, Nemanja Matic, William (’90 Juan Cuadrado), Oscar (’46 Didier Drogba )