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PL: Demonstration in front of Stamford Bridge, but not due to a tie

Chelsea, who reached the Champions League semi-finals, ended a 0-0 home draw with Brighton in round 32 of the Premier League on Tuesday.


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The meeting started a quarter of an hour behind the originally scheduled start time of 21 hours, at 10 am Hungarian time, due to not joining the European Premier League against Stamford Bridge. (Effective way?) Chelsea fans protested not being allowed to drive the team bus to the stadium. Drukkers is the legendary former goalkeeper for London club, and currently works as a consultant to the Union Peter Seche Try to have a better view.

Let people solve this, but closing the bus routes is not a solution. Give us time! “ The Czech Sports Director told the audience.

Petr Cech reassures Chelsea fans (Image: Getty Images)
Petr Cech reassures Chelsea fans (Image: Getty Images)
Petr Cech reassures Chelsea fans (Image: Getty Images)

It was a heavy weight towards Stamford Bridge

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“Final Betrayal” (Photo: AFP)

Brighton Players ‘Football belongs to the fans’ It improved in the named shirts.

There were fewer interesting events in the match compared to the previous one on the street – the two teams played each other without a goal so that their home side Brighton had more goals to score. Thomas Tuchel’s soccer team was so tired, reaching only two shots in the second half.

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In the standings, Chelsea moved up to fourth and could prepare for Saturday’s attack against West Ham United with the same score.

Angole Premier League
Round 32
Chelsea – Brighton 0-0
Issued:
B. White (Brighton, 90 + 2.)

the work
1. Manchester City 32 23 5 4 67-23 +44 74
2. Manchester United 32 19 9 4 64-35 +29 66
3. Leicester 31 17 5 9 55-37 +18 56
4. Chelsea 32 15th 10 7 50-31 +19 55
5. West Ham 32 16 7 9 53-42 +11 55
6. Liverpool 32 15th 8 9 54-38 +16 53
7. Tottenham 32 14 8 10 54-37 +17 50
8. Everton 31 14 7 10 43-40 +3 49
9. Arsenal 32 13 7 12 44-36 +8 46
10. Leeds United 32 14 4 14 50-50 0 46
11. Aston Villa 30 13 5 12 43–33 +10 44
12. Wolverhampton 32 11 8 13 32-41 –9 41
13. Crystal Palace 31 10 8 13 33-52 – 19 38
14. Southampton 31 10 6 15th 39-56 – 17 36
15. Newcastle 32 9 8 15th 35-53 – 18 35
16. Brighton and Hove Albion 32 7 13 12 33-38 –5 34
17. Burnley 32 8 9 15th 26-45 – 19 33
18. Fulham 33 5 12 16 25-43 – 18 27
19. West Bromwich Albion 31 5 9 17 28-59 –31 24
20. Sheffield United 32 4 2 26 17-56 –39 14