The future looks bright in Swansea after Chelsea win

11 Apr

Chelsea’s defeat was their first since the loss to Leicester on December 14.


And departing boss Gus Hiddink believes the players are now playing for their futures at Stamford Bridge

Antonio Conte will take over as head coach in the summer and Hiddink said: “Everyone has to fight for his position.

“When you play at Chelsea you must always be proud and play with internal motivation.

“The intrinsic motivation is there for me. It is a condition to say, ‘Is he suitable for a big club?’.”

SWANSEA (4-2-3-1): Fabianski 7; Rangel 7, Fernandez 7, Williams 7, Taylor 7; Fer 7, Cork 7; Ayew 6 (Routledge 67, 6), SIGURDSSON 8, Montero 7 (Naughton 84); Paloschi 6 (Gomis 75)

Subs: Norfeldt, Amat, Ki, Barrow
UP NEXT: Newcastle (a), Premier League, Saturday

CHELSEA (4-2-3-1) Begovic 6; Azpilicueta 6, Ivanovic 6, Miazga 5 (Kenedy 46, 6), Rahman 6; Fabregas 6, Mikel 6; Pedro 6, LOFTUS-CHEEK 7 (Falcao 74), Oscar 6; Pato 5 (Traore 57, 6)
Subs not used: Courtois, Aina, Palmer, Colkett
UP NEXT: Man City (h), Premier League, Saturday

Referee: ANDRE MARRINER 5

STAR PLAYER: GYLFI SIGURDSSON – a cut above

STAR SHOCKER: ALEXANDRO PATO – missed an absolute sitter

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