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Last five meetings between Chelsea and Manchester City

Manchester City face Chelsea in an exciting top-four clash on Thursday. Here we take a look at how the past five meetings between Chelsea and Manchester City panned out.

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Last updated: 24.06.2020
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Manchester City face Chelsea in an exciting top-four clash on Thursday. The Citizens are second in the Premier League table with 63 points from 30 games, 20 points behind leader Liverpool. Their 5-0 home win against Burnley meant that the Reds will have to wait for another game to seal their first league title since the Premier League era.

Chelsea are fourth in the table, three points behind third-placed Leicester City. Chelsea are in a transitional phase and have done extremely well with their youngsters from academy. Lampard deserves all the praise for giving opportunities to academy products. The city, on the other hand, has been dismal despite being second in the table.


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Here we take a look at how the past five meetings between Chelsea and Manchester City panned out:

 

1. Manchester City 2-1 Chelsea (Premier League) – 23rd November 2019

Manchester City came into this game following a defeat at the hands of leaders Liverpool. A win for Pep’s side meant that they would overtake the Blues into third. Chelsea had an impressive start to the game as Kante gave them the lead in the 21st min. A long ball launched by Kovacic caused problems for City as Kante rolled the ball past Ederson. The celebrations were short-lived as City drew level through Kevin De Bruyne’s low strike. Eight mins later, City scored their second, which turned out to be the winner, through Riyad Mahrez, as the Algerian’s ball curled into the bottom-left of the net.

 

2. Chelsea 0-0 (3-4) Manchester City (EFL Cup Final) – 24th February 2019

Chelsea faced Manchester City in the EFL Cup final at Wembley Stadium. Both teams had a fare share of chances to score but the game ended scoreless till 90 mins. The game went into extra-time. At the end of extra-time, Sarri redied Caballero and the fourth official put the board up. But Kepa refused to be substituted and it made Sarri furious. City ran out winners as Jorginho and David Luiz missed their penalties.

3. Manchester City 6-0 Chelsea (Premier League) – 10th February 2019

Just two weeks ahead of the EFL Cup final between the two sides, City hosted the Blues at the Etihad Stadium. A victory in this game would’ve put City ahead of Liverpool in the league table on goal difference. Well, guess what? City ran riot. Sterling opened the scoring in the fourth minute and nine mins later, Aguero scored a banger from 25 yards to make it two. Aguero scored his second and City’s third as Chelsea were unable to clear Zinchenko’s cross. Gundogan made it four in the 25th min as he scored past Kepa. Aguero scored his third goal through a penalty to complete his hattrick. Sterling scored his second and City’s sixth after a host of brilliant passes. Chelsea dropped down to sixth after the heavy defeat and City go above Liverpool on goal difference.

 

4. Chelsea 2-0 Manchester City (Premier League) – 8th December 2018

City desperately needed a win to go back to the first place as Liverpool routed the Cherries 4-0 to got top. Pep’s lineup didn’t have a striker as Sterling, Mahrez and Sane started as the front three. Kante opened the scoring for Chelsea late in the first-half with a sucker punch of a goal. In the 78th min, David Luiz scored Chelsea’s second with a fantastic header through Hazard’s corner. City were prevented from regaining the top position in the league. It was truly a defensive masterclass from Maurizio Sarri.

 

5. Chelsea 0-2 Manchester City (Community Shield) – 5th August 2018

Community Shield may lack the passion and pressure like other tournaments but it is one of the most important fixtures in England and signals the dawn of a new season. For some it’s friendly and for some, it’s a trophy for the cabinet collection. City faced Chelsea at Wembley for the Community Shield game. It was Sarri’s first competitive game since replacing Conte. Aguero scored the opening goal of the game, which was also his 200th goal for City. He scored this second goal as well in the 58th minute and City ran out winners in the Community Shield game. Check more head to head about the history of MCFC and Chelsea: Manchester City football club: record v Chelsea


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