Video: Aston Villa 0 – 4 Chelsea (April-02-2016) EPL Highlights


Video: Aston Villa 0 – 4 Chelsea (April-02-2016) EPL Highlights

Chelsea FC finished hopeless Aston Villa 4-0 in an away Match at the villa part in premier league game this saturday and it turned out another abysmal performance from the relegation threatned Aston Villa as Chelsea ran out comfortable winners.

The Youngster Ruben Loftus-Cheek scored the opening goal in 26th minute while Alexandre Pato who came on as a sub for Louic Remy scored at the stroke of half time via penalty to double Chelsea’s lead and open his account with the blues 65 days after signing for the club. Pedro scored twice in second half to make it 4-0 for Chelsea.

Chelsea 4-0 Aston Villa -Highlights

  1. 26′ 0 – 1 Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

  2. 45′ 0 – 2 (pen.) Alexandre Pato.

  3. 46′ 0 – 3 Pedro Rodriguez.

  4. 59′ 0 – 4 Pedro Rodriguez.

A comfortable first half saw Chelsea go into the break with a 2-0 lead and there was no way back for Villa who are almost confirmed to go down with only 1 more defeat sealing their relegation.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek was on target for Guus Hiddink side in 26th minute as Chelsea are looking to do a few experiments from now the end of the season. Pato finally made his first appearence from the club when he came on as first half sub and scored penalty to make it 2-0.

Chelsea hosted Aston Villa in the Premier League saturday afternoon kickoff and after terrible run of results this Villa game was a must win game for Chelsea if they want to get back in the title race.

Two goals from Diego Costa either side of the break was enough to get all three points but the performance was still not enough to justify defending champions tag on Chelsea.

There were number of high profile changes in the starting lineup with Eden Hazard dropped to the bench while youngster Loftus-Cheek starting in the midfield role for the first time this season. Loftus-Cheek, Pato & Pedro (2) down Villa to give the Blues away win.



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