Chesterfield mock Tottenham as they fail to score against Chelsea over two legs

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Chelsea have scaled through the Cup fixtures as the Blues had to play three Cup fixtures within a week — a doubled legged Carabao Cup semi-final tie with Tottenham, and an FA Cup third round tie against Chesterfield in-between.

Chelsea defeated Spurs 3-0 over two legs and defeated Chesterfield 5-1, with the non-league side celebrating their only goal as a trophy.

Interestingly, Chesterfield have taken to social media to mock Spurs over their inability to score against Chelsea.

Chesterfield’s official Twitter account took a shot at Spurs after last night’s win:

“Not everyone can score against the European champions,” they wrote.

Meanwhile, Chesterfield had sent out a message of thanks to the Blues after the game:

“A massive thanks to @ChelseaFC for the way they looked after us today! From the moment we walked into the stadium, we were given everything we needed and more. They were absolutely top class and we are so thankful for everything! What a day for everyone!”

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1 Comment on "Chesterfield mock Tottenham as they fail to score against Chelsea over two legs"

  1. To Chelsea Technical Team
    As a fan I wish to share few observations I’ve made about the team and make suggestions;
    1 Whenever opposing teams make it difficult for us to start play from our goal area ie. throw more men around our box, we play with a lot of difficulty and risk as well. In such situations I suggest we resort to quick and long passes ie get our men behind their back line.
    2 I’m worried why our forward players aren’t scoring and I believe you are as well. Personally, I realised our back line play among themselves most times more than necessary. I suggest we find a way of getting the ball to our forwards more often. As a technical team, I believe you can put flesh around these observations and humble suggestions and make them better. Thank you.

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