UCL: Olympiacos Shock Arsenal, Chelsea Fall To Porto

UCL: Olympiacos Shock Arsenal, Chelsea Fall To Porto

Arsenal lost their second straight UEFA Champions League match on Tuesday, succumbing to a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Olympiacos in a Group F clash at the Emirates Stadium.
Goals from Felipe Pardo and Alfred Finnbogason, plus a strange David Ospina own goal gave Olympiacos the shock win and left Arsenal pointless after two matches.
Theo Walcott and Alexis Sanchez scored for Arsenal.
 Also Chelsea lost on Tuesday night, slipping to third place in Group G after they fell to a 2-1 defeat at Porto.
Andre Andre opened the scoring for the hosts, but Willian pulled the sides level on the stroke pf half-time.
Porto captaon Maicon however ensured his side took all the points with a near post header in the second.
 It took just two minutes for Porto’s Yacine Brahimi to force an early save out of Asmir Begovic in the Chelsea goal, but up the other end, Cesc Fabregas saw Iker Casillas react sharply to push his strike past the post. Shortly before the quarter-hour mark, the Blues should have edged in front after Diego Costa and Willian combined to set up Pedro, but the Spaniard was unable to test Casillas despite finding himself in a promising position. Clear-cut opportunities were few and far between as the game progressed past 30 minutes, but Vincent Aboubakar did manage to get a shot away as he curled the ball just over the crossbar.


  • carl alexis 3 years ago

    Mourinho is Chelsea’s big problem dis season reason bin dat he will see wat he is suppose to do bt will not do it I stil don’t no y he has given ivanovich chance n time to play wen he knws dat he is d cus of all goals bin scored analysis showed dat almost all goals scored r from his angel