The first 45 minutes have been played at the KC Stadium, and despite a bright opening to the game, the score is level at 2-2 going into the halftime break.
Things got off to a sensational start for Chelsea, with Eden Hazard opening the scoring almost as quickly as Steven Gerrard got himself sent off on Sunday. When Diego Costa doubled the lead just ten minutes in, it looked like it would be smooth sailing for the Blues.
Unfortunately, Chelsea's back four and goalkeeper both decided to take a few minutes off, and in the span of 73 seconds, Jose Mourinho's side coughed up a two-goal lead. Since that point, Hull have looked like the better side, while Chelsea's midfield looks like they've taken the match off. Improvements are necessary, and I wouldn't be surprised to see Mourinho make a few changes at the break.
Whatever the manager decides, here's hoping the performance is vastly improved.