When I woke up on Sunday morning and opened the curtains of my hotel room, as I always do, my first thought was that the match would not be played… Luckily I was wrong, and all that snow that was falling down was not enough for the game to be postponed. I say “luckily” because, despite suffering in the second half, we got back on the victory trail at home. It was about time we won at Stamford Bridge, and against a big rival. We needed this boost.

Things went very well in the beginning, with two goals in the first 15 minutes. We were enjoying ourselves on the pitch. I was able to score first thanks to a great ball from Azpi, and then came the second one from Frank, from the penalty spot. It was 2-0 at half-time. We knew Arsenal would try to hit back in the second half and to score soon after the break. So it was, with a goal from Walcott after a very good pass from Santi Cazorla (it’s great to see him playing around here). The ‘Gunners’ put pressure on us until the end but we managed to keep the advantage and get those valuable three points.

We worked hard to get this victory and I hope…

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