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Sport Chelsea make unwanted history with third straight 0-0

19:50  13 january  2018
19:50  13 january  2018 Source:   goal.com

'Difficult to be a Utd history maker'

  'Difficult to be a Utd history maker' Jose Mourinho has warned making history at Manchester United will be more difficult than at Chelsea. Mourinho pledged his "total" commitment to United earlier on Thursday following reports he could leave the club this summer, two years into his three-year deal, and Sky sources understand talks over a new contract are under way.The Portuguese has won a league title before the end of his second season at Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid, but United are 15 points behind current leaders and rivals Manchester City.

For the first time in their history , The Blues were held to a goalless draw for the third successive match in all competitions on Saturday.

For the first time in their history , Chelsea were held to a goalless draw for the third successive match in all competitions on Saturday. Chelsea 's stuttering form in front of goal continued against Leicester City on Saturday and made a piece of unwanted history for the Blues.

EdenHazard - cropped: Chelsea forward Eden Hazard (R) is challenged by Marc Albrighton (L) © Provided by Goal Chelsea forward Eden Hazard (R) is challenged by Marc Albrighton (L)

Chelsea's stuttering form in front of goal continued against Leicester City on Saturday and made a piece of unwanted history for the Blues.

With a goalless draw against the Foxes, who played the last 22 minutes with 10 men following Ben Chilwell's second yellow card at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea were held 0-0 for the third successive match in all competitions for the first time.

Antonio Conte's side were unable to develop any momentum as the visitors put on a fine display of high pressing to disrupt the champions.

Eden Hazard was starved of service and endured a quiet outing before being replaced in the 58th minute, while Alvaro Morata's dip in form showed no signs of ending as he failed to register a single shot on goal.

The Blues – who could slip behind Liverpool and into fourth on Sunday – will hope to get back on track in their FA Cup third-round replay at home to second-tier Norwich City on Wednesday.

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The Blues are currently struggling a little on the pitch after being knocked out of one cup but the head coach has no regrets on how he handles thingsThe Blues boss only began to learn English six months before taking the job at Stamford Bridge, but already coined the phrase that "he prefers a bad truth than a good lie.

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