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Chelsea
2 - 2
Saints

Premiership

Stamford Bridge

16/1/13

Attendance: 38,484

Referee: Oliver

ChelseaSaints
Ba (25), Hazard (45)Lambert (58), Puncheon (75)
Cech     Boruc    
Cole     Clyne    
David Luiz     Yoshida    
Cahill     Hooiveld    
Azpilicueta     Shaw    
Ramires     Schneiderlin    
Lampard     79 S Davis     67
Mata     Cork    
Oscar     Guly     74
Hazard     Puncheon    
Ba     Rodriguez     55
Substitutes
Turnbull     K Davis    
Ivanovic     Fox    
Ferreira     Seaborne    
Terry     Ramirez     74
Bertrand     Ward-Prowse    
Marin     Chaplow     67
Torres     79 Lambert     55
Game Statistics
19
Goal Attempts
7
10
On Target
3
4
Corners
3
10
Fouls
11
1
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
55
%
45

Writer:Vital Saint
Date:Wednesday January 16 2013
Time: 9:54PM

Comments

0
This has to be our result of the season so far. Coming back from the dead like that, brilliant.
SFC Forever
16/01/2013 22:03:00
0
From the stats it does look like Chelsea gave us a bit of a battering. Great result for the players and the fans. Hopefully it'll give us a lift for the Everton match. Also the unexpected point means our GD didn't get a battering and gives us a little more of a cushion over the teams below us.
wilfster
16/01/2013 22:32:00
0
Fantastic boost coming from behind against Chelsea. Should give everybody a good lift going forward, especially as it's possibly a very unexpected point.
Vital Saint
16/01/2013 22:39:00
0
Don't think it was possibly as I was just hoping that we would do much better than in our last meeting. At half time I have to admit I feared the worst.
SFC Forever
17/01/2013 01:46:00
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