Chelsea 2-1 Swansea Score Courtois The referee expelled
Chelsea winning 2-1 while Swansea City in the Premier League match that took place at Stamford Bridge on Saturday night, August 8, 2015.
In the 14th minute, Swansea endanger Chelsea goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois, when Bafetimbi Gomis managed welcomes feedback breakthrough Jonjo Shelvey. He kicks off but still hit the foot of the Chelsea defender. Chelsea then counterattack. But the Swansea defender managed to restrain the rate of Diego Costa.
In the 19th minute Chelsea got a free kick, but the shot Oscar can not be fruitful goal.
Created a new goal in the 23rd minute through a free kick Oscar. Kick the ball drifted lower, had bounced to the ground, before getting to the left of goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.
Swansea then scored a goal back in the 29th minute through a foot Anre Ayew. Jefferson Montero gives a cross into the penalty box. Bafetimbi greeted with a header that can still be saved Courtois. But, the ball was then greeted Ayew vomit. Had fallen, he then got up again and fired the ball into the Chelsea goal.
Unfortunately, Swansea conceded a minute later with a goal by Federico Fernandez suicide. He tried to hold the kick Willian. But, instead bouncing ball and outwit Fabianszki.
Entering the second half, Chelsea still trying to increase the advantage. However catastrophe would occur in the camp host after Courtois violate Bafetimbi Gomis in the penalty box.
Consequently Courtois sent off on 52 minutes and Swansea get a penalty. Gomis who became executioner penalty successfully completed its job perfectly well as an equalizer.
Losing one player make Chelsea play more carefully. Instead Swansea more confident attacking and almost back ahead if Gomis goal in the 68th minute the referee disallowed not.
After conducting a series of efforts, both teams finally no one was able to add goals. Until the final whistle sounded, the score remained 2-2 and Swansea successfully steal a point at the headquarters of Chelsea.
With this result the Chelsea is ranked fifth Premier League standings. Meanwhile Swansea is located two floors below.
Source: bola.net, tempo.co