Beat Hull 3-2, Chelsea Back Stay away from City
Hull – Chelsea reap the full points of his visit to the headquarters of Hull City in the Premier League. Had to throw a two-goal advantage in the first round, Cheslea eventually won 3-2 thanks to goals from Loic Remy in the second half.
In the match at the KC Stadium on Sunday (22/03/2015) night, Chelsea already 2-0 after just nine minutes. Two goals for the visitors created by Eden Hazard and Diego Costa.
Hull then diluting the lag in the 26th minute goal by Ahmed Elmohamady. In less than two minutes, Chelsea’s advantage dashed after Abel Hernandez scored after the use of error Thibaut Courtois.
Chelsea victory is determined in the second half. Remy new entry replaces Costa implies contribution. He Hull goalkeeper in the 77th minute while ensuring Chelsea’s victory.
With this result, Chelsea still unassailable at the top of the Premier League with 67 points from 29 matches. The Blues are six points ahead of Manchester City.
While Hull remain in ranked 15th with 28 points.
Chelsea have to open the scoring after just two minutes. Receiving the ball from Diego Costa, Hazard little dribble before unleashing a shot from outside the box. The ball towards the far post and could not be reached by Allan McGregor.
Hull immediately react. Not long ago, the hosts had a chance to equalize. Long pass David Meyler forwarded by Dame N’Doye to Abel Hernandez.
Hernandez who could keep his position in order to stay onside then dribbled into the penalty box. Faced with Thibaut Courtois, Hernandez missed a ball into the goal. The shot can be thwarted by Courtois.
Chelsea doubled the lead in the ninth minute. Through pass from Cesc Fabregas fell to the feet Costa. Upon entry into the penalty box from the left side, Costa then fired a shot that can not be driven by McGregor. Hull 0 Chelsea 2.
Hull got a free kick in the 14th minute. But execution N’Doye to be driven toward the far post by Courtois and into corner. From the corner kick, the ball N’Doye, but still leads to Courtois.
In the 26th minute, Hull reduce the lag. Andrew Robertson moved from the left side and pass Branislav Ivanovic. He then sends the bait into the penalty box and resolved by Ahmed Elmohamady from close range.
In less than two minutes later, Hull equalized. Hull goal was created by Hernandez after utilizing error Chelsea rearguard. Ivanovic pass the ball to Courtois. But Courtois control the ball too fast and it leads to Hernandez. Without difficulty, Hernandez struck the ball into the empty goal.
Coming to the end of the first half, Hull got a free kick in front of the penalty box. But kick Gaston Ramirez is still on the posse who built the Chelsea players and only a corner kick.
Entering the second half, Chelsea took the initiative to attack first. Almost the same as in the first half, Chelsea in control of the game.
Hazard moving from the right side and then pass the ball to Fabregas who stands relatively free in the penalty box. Fabregas fired a shot with his right foot, but still thin wide of the far post.
In the 64th minute, Hull attack really troublesome Courtois. Three rescue once performed by the Belgian goalkeeper to keep the goal of being broken. First, he blocked a shot Elmohamady. The ball fell to the feet of Jack Livermore who fired straight at goal, but Courtois be dismissed. Finally, Courtois thwart Ramirez volley kick from close range.
Chelsea’s advantage back in the 77th minute. Loic Remy new entry replaces Costa bring Chelsea 3-2. Receiving the ball from Willian, Remy fired a shot toward the goal. The ball was on foot McGregor but still rolling into the goal.
In the rest of the game, Hull continually strive to score the equalizing goal. But the effort was fruitless host. Score 3-2 to Chelsea’s advantage persisted until the referee blew the long whistle.
Hull: McGregor, Dawson, Bruce, McShane, Elmohamady, Livermore, Meyler (Quinn 80 ‘), Ramirez (Brady 80’), Robertson (Aluko 80 ‘), N’Doye, Hernandez
Chelsea: Courtois, Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry, Luis, Fabregas, Matic, Willian (Zouma 80 ‘), Ramires (Oscar 61’), Hazard, Costa (Remy 75 ‘)