Sandwiched in between our two games against Chelsea this season has been an eight month period of nonsense in which the Premier League’s two best squads (on paper) have flopped. Ignore the egg mayo-ey mess in the middle and you have two beautifully toasted slabs of sour dough, or two very convincing 3-0 wins for Manchester City that would be enough to make anyone think the league title was heading our way.
Unfortunately, that’s not the case, but at least we’re finishing this campaign as we mean to go on. Sergio was a hat-trick hero in this rather uncomplicated three-niller, while Yaya, Samir and Kev on his return to Stamford Bridge twiddled with Chelsea’s defenders like toddlers with toy cars. There was no end to the prodding and poking on the pursuit of holes in the Londoner’s jittery back line. This was the first time that the foursome have played together and if the club decide to ignore the barking of Dimitri Seluk, it probably wont be the last.