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Swansea City vs. Chelsea: Second Half Thread

Chris Brunskill

Swansea are down to ten men thanks to two bookable offense by Chico Flores, but Chelsea have yet to find a breakthrough.  It's coming, there's little doubt about that, we just need to stay cool, calm, and composed.  And patient.

Ironically, Chelsea's best chance to score came when it was still 11 vs. 11.  A bit of slick passing - not seen too often in the first half - opening up the hosts' defense, with Ramires' cutback finding Mohamed Salah unmarked and wide open at the penalty spot.  Unlike last weekend however, Salah failed to find the back of the net, his shot glancing wide off the outside of the post.  Just before the half-time whistle, Salah wasted Chelsea's second best chance, too.

But it's ok.  What we can't do is get frustrated and do silly things.  Andre Schurrle - who may not be for long on the pitch - needs to control his hands as well as his feet.  Nothing silly, please, and we got this.

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