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Chelsea 0-0 West Ham – Heroic Hammers Hold Blues At The Bridge (Photos & Highlights)

By Alan Duffy

Chelsea 0-0 West Ham United – Premier League – 29th January 2014

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King of the bus-parkers Jose Mourinho was left frustrated by West Ham’s very own bus-parking performance on Wednesday night, with Sam Allardyce’s charges securing an unlikely point at Stamford Bridge. The Blues totally dominated the game, but just couldn’t a goal, with John Terry, Oscar and Demba Ba among others going mighty close.

Late on, Samuel Eto’o thought he had broken the deadlock, when he nipped in to the pinch the ball off ‘keeper Adrian, but the goal was disallowed while the Brazilian shot-stopper was called into more action late on, producing a number of superb saves at the death.

The results sees the Blues go three points behind Man City and two behind Arsenal while the Hammers move to within two points of safety.

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Highlights…

Photos: PA

Highlights: FootyTube

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By Alan Duffy on January 29th, 2014 in Chelsea, Newsnow, Photos, Videos, West Ham Utd. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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3 Responses to “Chelsea 0-0 West Ham – Heroic Hammers Hold Blues At The Bridge (Photos & Highlights)”

  1. Anabelle says:

    What!!! heroic?

    Fat Sam, the 13th highest paid manager in the world, did nothing but park 11 goalkeepers in front of the goal.

    1 point is not going to save his team from relegation. It’s like a spit in the ocean. Dead man walking.

    • Chris says:

      Annabelle: A point against one of the biggest bullies in the Premier League is always going to be seen as a victory by someone with Big Sam’s “perennial underdog” mindset. In relative terms it was a good result for a team as limited and dull as West Ham are at the moment.

      After all, what do points make….? Prizes!

  2. Chris says:

    Scholes retired…Man Utd are not the same. Mata leaves Chelesa – this could have the same effect. You need leaders on the pitch. Salah looks a good prospect but for mind you keep Mata even though he costs alot more, he is worth it.

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