Aston Villa vs. Chelsea is a continuation of that in the Barclays Premier League initiate on 7-02-2015 at Villa Park stadium which is the headquarters of the greatness of Aston Villa which in this away game Chelsea managed to bring three full points for defeating Aston Villa with a final score of 2-1 for excellence Chelsea. With these results Chelsea more comfortable being in the top position with a value of 56 points difference of 7 points with Manchester City who are in the second position the Premier League standings. On the same day City alone could only draw 1-1 with Hull City are so clever use of existing conditions.
The game first round:
Compete to the headquarters of Aston Villa, Chelsea is not at full strength where the coach Jose Mourinho has not put Cesc Fabregas in midfield which is usually as a playmaker, and do not install striker Diego Costa. However, even without several regular starters in fact Chelsea was able to create a quick goal by Hazard in minutes 8. Where the goal is the creation of a counter-attack Oscar cleverly sent the ball to Willian who subsequently given to Hazard and calmly kicked the ball into the top corner that cannot be reached by Aston Villa keeper Guzan. Score changed to 1-0 with advantage to Chelsea. Until halftime score unchanged so for a while Chelsea winning a number with Aston Villa.
The game in the second half:
In the second half Aston Villa try better, repeatedly attempted attacks continue emanated into the Chelsea goal guarded by Courtois, but solid defense Chelsea Aston Villa players make it difficult to penetrate. Finally equalizer occurs also on 48 minutes through Okore through a header after receiving a cross from Carles Gil, the ball into the goal without being able to be stopped by Courtois. But saying bad defense Aston Villa able to put to good use by the Chelsea players, the impact is a goal back on 66 minutes created by Ivanovic. The score became 2-1 with advantage to Chelsea, and the score is not increased until the game is finished.
ASTON VILLA: Guzan, Cissokho, Clark, Okore, Hutton, Delph, Westwood, Cleverley (Sinclair 74'), Weimann (Cole 80'), Agbonlahor (Benteke 68'), Carles Gil
CHELSEA: Courtois, Ivanovic, Terry, Cahill, Azpilicueta, Ramires, Matic, Willian (Cuadrado 80'), Oscar (Mikel 73'), Hazard, Drogba (Remy 64')