Match highlights Chelsea v Stoke City

Chelsea players

13 straight wins for Chelsea football against a team that seemed a worthy contender for the 3 points Stoke City, made the Chelsea manager a very happy bunny at Stanford Bridge on their last match of 2016.

Chelsea fans

Gary Cahill’s Chelsea 34 minutes opening goal got Chelsea to a flying start it appears until Stoke’s equaliser by Bruno Martins Indi in just over a minute into the second half brought the visiting team back into the game.

Leslie Mark Hughes

Willian Borges da Silva, commonly known as Willian, the Brazilian professional footballer scored a stunning goal in the 57th minute of the game to deter the visitors fighting spirit from becoming a prevailing force.

Stoke City’s Martins Indi

Surprisingly Willian’s goal and Chelsea’s lead was short lived by an usual Stoke player who last scored for his team in the summer of 2015, Peter Crouch the former English professional footballer scored in the 64th minute to bring Stoke City to a 2 all level.

Antonio Conte manager for Chelsea FC

The home team knew they now needed to produce some spectacular performances to crush Stoke’s fighting spirit and any form of resistance left in the visitors to not only claim the 3 points but also to equal or even Arsenal’s record of 14 consecutive wins in the history of the Premier League and that calling came in the form of another brilliant goal from Willian in just over a minute after Peter Crouch’s topped by Diego Costa resilient goal 5 minutes before the official 90 minutes of play.

Eden Michael Hazard

wins in the history of the Premier League and that calling came in the form of another brilliant goal from Willian in just over a minute after Peter Crouch’s topped by Diego Costa resilient goal 5 minutes before the official 90 minutes of play.

Leslie Mark Hughes

Full time score: Chelsea FC 4 – 2 Stoke City

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