Malo Gusto’s cross was flawless, as showed from a new perspective (video)

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Chelsea ratings: Malo Gusto is full of energy but on the other flank  Chilwell struggles at both ends of the pitch – The Sun | The Sun

It was just another excruciating game in the end. It wasn’t the kind of late goal you could celebrate much, but Axel Disasi’s equalizer saved a certain loss to Brentford.

Chelsea battle to 2-2 draw with Brentford | Trust Radio

The finest view of the first goal—a magnificent cross from Malo Gusto—that we have seen so far is in the Matchday Unseen video, but it shows everything.

Mod on X: "One word to describe Malo Gusto, I'll go first:  𝑾𝒐𝒓𝒍𝒅-𝑪𝒍𝒂𝒔𝒔" / X








The ‘fаding hаbit’ cоncern hаs led Chelseа tо nаme De Zerbi аnd аmоrim аs successоrs tо Pоchettinо

Despite Chelsea’s intention to keep current coach Mauricio Pochettino until the end of the season, reports have suggested Roberto De Zerbi of Brighton and Ruben Amorim of Sporting Lisbon as potential alternatives.

Whether or not the Argentinian will finish out the two-year deal he signed in the summer is a major question mark, and the Chelsea fans—along with the owners—turned on Pochettino after Sunday’s 2-2 draw with Brentford.According to The Guardian, there have been persistent reports claiming that Poch continues to retain the support of the Chelsea owners. They “remain determined not to make any kneejerk decisions” and think he is leading the squad in the correct path.

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The Clearlake organization and Todd Boehly are “seeking continuity after employing four managers last season.” They are also “taking a long-term view” by considering De Zerbi and Amorim as potential successors.

Although his performance for Brighton has been less than stellar as of late, De Zerbi is still attracting interest from Liverpool and Manchester United, while Amorim was a finalist for Chelsea’s job before they hired Pochettino.4Despite Chelsea’s unwavering belief in Pochettino, the report states that the 52-year-old is reportedly investigating the team’s “habit of fading after half-time” due to “frustration that encouraging first-half performances have not been backed up on enough occasions.”

Sundаy, Fаbriziо Rоmаnо stаted thаt “Chelseа’s pоsitiоn оn Mаuriciо Pоchettinо remаins the sаme” in regаrds tо Pоchettinо’s future with the Blues. Sure, they’d wаnt tо see sоme wins in the upcоming gаmes, but they’ve аlwаys sаid thаt they’d rаther wаit until the seаsоn is оver befоre mаking аny decisiоns.