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Chelsea couldn’t break pass Everton’s defence on Saturday afternoon, as the Blues could only get a 0-0 draw at Goodison Park.

Marcos Alonso revealed his disappointment after the game, and admitted that it was more of two points lost than a point gained.

“Yes, definitely,” said the Spaniard, when asked if it was a case of two points lost, rather than one gained.

“We were very unlucky not to win after controlling the whole game and having a lot of chances. But we take one point, it is what it is, very disappointing.

“We knew it was going to be tough and as the game was passing it was getting harder because they were defending closer to their goal. The performance wasn’t bad, we just need to be more clinical.”

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