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Written By Albert Echatah

Chelsea ended their four-game losing streak away from home by winning 3-2 at Kenilworth Road despite a fierce late comeback by Luton.


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With two goals from Cole Palmer, the second of which was an incredible individual effort, and one from Noni Madueke, who scored for the second time in two weeks, Mauricio Pochettino’s team appeared to be coasting to their first away win since early November. The visitors took a 3-0 lead.

However, Luton took away that breathing room in a frantic closing ten minutes, as goals from Ross Barkley and Elijah Adebayo gave their fans hope for a stunning comeback.

However, Chelsea remained composed and won the league two games in a row for just the second time under Pochettino. The former Chelsea midfielder Barkley was looked to by Luton for an answer, and he almost immediately supplied one, curving past the wall and narrowly missing the bar with a free kick from 20 yards out.

Luton showed that they still had life when they stunned Chelsea with two goals in seven minutes.

Barkley first headed what appeared to be a consoling corner kick, and after Djordje Petrovic had saved from Doughty, Adebayo was the first to react, turning the ball home. In the last minutes, Luton kept pushing, but a resolute Chelsea held strong.

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Meanwhile…

Erik ten Hag is anxious to prevent Jadon Sancho from making a “empty gesture,” therefore Manchester United is apparently willing to accept a “significant loss” on him.

Sancho has a disruptive impact on the rest of United’s team, according to manager Ten Hag, who is determined to get rid of the winger.

This season, Sancho and Ten Hag had a nasty falling out, with the Dutchman publicly criticizing his player in the media for his lack of effort in practice. After spending £73 million on him in 2021, United is now willing to suffer a “significant loss” on the player in the January transfer window.

(irishtimes)

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