Arrow down. This is Chelsea. The final stretch of the season is going to be long. With nothing to gain and much to lose, Thomas Tuchel’s men only have to guarantee their participation in the next Champions League, despite the fact that they seemed to have secured third place when they dropped out of the fight for the title. On a listless afternoon in West London, Christian Pulisic turned on the light when his people were covered in darkness. the north american he scored in the 89th minute to salvage all three points against a West Ham plagued by substitutes. David Moyes favored having his best eleven for the first leg of the Europa League semifinal. And he was very close to scratching a spot.
With bald spots in the stands, too many empty seats for a reigning European champion, but that’s the way things are at Stamford Bridge. Those who attended the meeting missed Rüdiger and Christensen in defense, but they just have to get used to it. Both will leave Chelsea during the summer. Nothing happened, until suddenly everything happened. Yarmolenko had the first clear chance of the match. He shot twice at Mendy in the 70th minuteand in the ensuing action it was Mount and Werner who put Fabianski to the test in the other goal.
Chelsea woke up. Four minutes later, Werner found himself with a loose ball in the area but shot loosely against the rival goalkeeper. West Ham centre-back Dawson made sure the blue attackers had their gunpowder wet. But Lukaku escaped him in the 84th minute. He will grab him to slow him down and knock him down. Penalty and expulsion. He changed the face of the game, but Jorginho made it too easy for Fabianski. He shot bad and soft. very soft Fortunately for those from Stamford Bridge, Pulisic appeared in the area in the 89th minute to connect with a cross from Azpilicueta. The Navarrese went up the left wing, and assisted the American. Relief more than joy.
Burnley 1 – Wolverhampton 0
The ‘Clarets’ defeated Wolves thanks to a goal from Matej Vydra in the second half, with which They cling to the hope of staying one more season in the Premier League.
Since the firing of Sean Dyche, who was his coach for the last nine and a half years, Burnley have chained two wins and two clean sheets, which allows them to climb to seventeenth placetwo points above Everton, who have entered relegation for the first time this season.
For its part, Raúl Jiménez’s Wolves have complicated options to be in Europe and right now they are eighth, with 49 points, three from seventh place.