Chelsea are once again a “Mourinho Chelsea”; organised and solid in defence, explosive and penetrating in attack, hardworking to the very end, and winning.
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Manchester City have an effective attacking edge that cuts straight through the centre of opposition defences – City have scored 8 in their last 3 games – and Aguero, Negredo and Silva are combining to deadly effect.
An unsurprising goal, a very, very surprising goal and a tactical attacking shift were required to overcome a stubborn and extremely tight-lined Fulham defence on Saturday.
Fulham: A rigid and predictable attacking team capable of brief moments of speed and flair, with a defensive unit susceptible to the counter attack and little desire to make recovery runs…
After a decade in charge, Roman Abramovich and the fans of Chelsea FC may finally have found what they most desired: an attacking and exciting style of football built around technically gifted, creative players. That is, if our first half performance against Hull City on Sunday afternoon is any indication of what lay ahead in this new Jose Mourinho era.