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According to BBC’s Garth Crooks, Chelsea goalkeeper Willy Caballero was rescued by Antonio Rudiger’s brace at Leicester after he let the Blues down with his performance in goal.
Crooks told BBC: “Chelsea got away with this result having been let down, not on one occasion but two by Willy Caballero in the Chelsea goal.
“The Blues have a keeper problem having already dropped Kepa Arrizabalaga. Fortunately Antonio Rudiger was on hand to rescue Chelsea and Caballero from defeat.
“Rudiger’s second goal was one of the best headed goals I’ve seen this season. Meanwhile the London club have gone from having Petr Cech and Thibaut Courtois – two world-class goalkeepers – to Kepa and Caballero, who both look like they’ve only recently been introduced to the game.
“If Chelsea are serious about a top-four place they need to get a top-class goalkeeper. They should take a serious look at Newcastle’s Martin Dubravka.”