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With Chelsea seeming to cruise to victory against Crystal Palace, after going ahead 2-0, the Blues conceded from nothing as Wilfried Zaha scored in the 34th minute with a stunning strike that beat Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga from far out.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright, has slammed Kepa for conceding from 30 yards out, and believes a keeper worth £71m shouldn’t be making such mistakes.
“Honestly for me for £71m worth of a goalkeeper he’s got to do better with that,” Wright told Premier League Productions.
“The power was brilliant but the way he’s gone with his arm he’s just missed the flight of the ball.
“It’s a powerful strike don’t get me wrong but from where it’s gone in the goal he’s got to do better, he’s got to at least get a hand to that.
“Watch where it is – he’s in the middle of the goal! I’d be gutted if my goalkeeper let that in.”
Chelsea eventually won the game 3-2, but it wasn’t without some last minute scare.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard might be forced to sign a new goalkeeper in the summer, as the Blues boss seem to have had enough of the Spaniard’s mistakes.