The ChelseaWhich will face Atletico Madrid next Tuesday in the first leg of the 16th round of the tournament Champions LeagueYes, he did not cross a tie on his visit to L. Southampton (1-1), a four-game winning streak halted in Premier LeagueWhile the local team takes at least one point after six successive defeats.
A few days after his return to the premier continental tournament, he rose Chelsea From The German Thomas TuchelWho reached the bench on January 26th, is still undefeated; But in Southampton, Against a competitor that was in free fall, it was thick. Despite exercising the most dominance, football did not have the cash needed to create good chances for scoring.
What is more ChelseaWith the Spaniards Azpilicueta s Marcos Alonso In disagreement, but the definition Keba In the stands, he went to rest on the scoreboard. He hardly brought danger to the domestic goal, and on the contrary, he saw how Southampton practically succeeded in achieving his only shot in the visitors’ goal with a wonderful goal from Japanese Takumi Minamino (minute 33).
The second half with Chelsea More aggressive with Callum entering Hudson-Odoi instead of Tammy Abraham With an ankle discomfort, he quickly saw the tie was an innocent act by Danny Ings, who committed a penalty kick by hitting the opponent’s legs when trying to grab the ball from him. The maximum penalty kick, in which specialist Jorginho was in the stands at that time, was taken by the youngster Mason Mountain That put one to one (m 54).
A draw seems to refresh a game ChelseaBut it was a mirage, just because it was Mason Mount Set the standards. Southampton was once again playing to contain, and was the closest to making the second goal with a header into the crossbar (79 meters).
From there to the end, a little more in one and the other. A tie has been signed that will make locals more satisfied, who have halted their goalless streak from six-game losing streak, while Tochel’s team risks giving up fourth place, the last arrival. Champions League.
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