UCL: Dinamo Zagreb 1-0 Chelsea Highlights

Champions League highlights: Dinamo Zagreb vs Chelsea Dinamo Zagreb take on Chelsea in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League 2022/23.

Dinamo Zagreb vs Chelsea 1-0 Highlights Download: UEFA Champions League (UCL) – September 6th, 2022.

Dinamo Zagreb vs Chelsea‘s match started with full attacking forces.

Dinamo seal a deserved win against a worryingly disjointed Chelsea who have problems all over the field with their defensive set-up and central midfield particularly shaky tonight.

Orsic pounced on mistakes by Koulibaly and Fofana to score on the counter, Aubameyang looked tentative, only James was a consistent threat and too many players wanted too many touches in the attacking third.

Not sure at all that this will be easy for Tuchel to turn around. For now, at least, Chelsea have lost their aura and look muddled and rattled.

Ziyech takes it again and puts it into the wall once more. Who’s the captain? Who is pulling rank? He has stunk the Maksimir out tonight and still has another go at a free-kick that was ideal for James.

James is brought down by Baturina and Chelsea have another free-kick in an almost identical position to the last.

Horrible challenge as James is hacked down, as he looked to drive at goal. Dinamo not about to let that happen.

Another free-kick, almost an identical position. Maybe a few yards closer. Ziyech must have lost the right to take it. We’ll be generous about that. Absolutely woeful.

Ziyech strolls up, basically passes the ball into the wall. Not sure it would have even reached the goal.

Chelsea then float the ball into the box, Koulibaly offside at the back post.

Why they let Ziyech take it in the form he’s in I’m not sure because he plants his shot into the wall and the rebound too.

Mistake from Ljubicic who arrives at Jorginho after the Italy midfielder had laid the ball off and clattees into his leg. Free-kick, right of centre 25 yards out.

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