Tie by the taste of defeat for Chelsea with Aston Villa

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Chelsea’s disappointing results have continued in recent weeks, drawing a home draw with Aston Villa 1-1 on Monday night, opening the Premier League’s 16th round.

Chelsea coach Frank Lampard made some changes to his basic roster; Germany’s Antonio Rudiger stood alongside the Dane at the back of the backline, with the support of two full-backs Cesar Azpilicueta and Ben Chilwell. Italy’s Jorginho played the focal point, and Ngolo Kante and Mason Mount played in midfield, behind an Attack trio of Callum Hudson-Odoi, Christian Pulisic, and Olivier Giroud.

Aston Villa resorted to the 4-2-3-1 game, where four-wheeler back row Matti Cash, Courteney Hus, Isra Konsa and Matt Target, and the presence of duo Douglas Louise and John McGinn in the middle of the stadium, while that the trio Bertrand Traoré, Jack Grealish and Anwar El Ghazi moved, behind the outspoken striker Olli Watkins.

Pulisic hit the ball in the 32nd minute, following a pass from the Giro, and the latter managed to open the scoring in the 34th minute, with a header following Chilwell’s pass into the net.

After 5 minutes of the second half, Aston Villa equalized the result, after Cash had passed a ball through a cross from the right side, which passed over everyone to reach El Ghazi, who was uncontrolled by the defenders, who put it down between the legs of babysitter Mandy.

The match continued with both teams’ attempts to change the result, but to no avail, ending with each team’s goal.

Both teams have climbed to 26 points, but Aston Villa is fifth behind their goal difference opponents.