A resurgent Chelsea travel to the London Stadium to face West Ham United for the second time this season as they get set to battle it out for a quarter final spot in the EFL Cup.
It was a bright start to Chelsea’s 2015/16 Premier campaign. West Ham, despite being marred by injuries didn’t make it easy for the Blues. Debatable refereeing decisions, penalty calls, bookings, a half volley equalizer, a last minute winner and possibly one of the best managerial celebrations we will see this season, it was all there.
Chelsea got their season off to the best possible start with a win over London rivals West Ham United, thanks to Eden Hazard and a last gasp winner courtesy of Diego Costa.
Goals from Eden Hazard and Diego Costa helped Chelsea see off West Ham United in their first game of the season.
Antonio Conte will begin life in the Premier League as Chelsea manager by welcoming London rivals West Ham United to Stamford Bridge.
Arsenal have reportedly made an offer for Torino full back Bruno Peres, while rejecting an offer for Kieren Gibbs from local rivals West Ham United.
In an attempt to boost their attacking arsenal, the Gunners have set their sights on AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca.
Manchester United suffered defeat at the hands of West Ham in the last ever game to be played at the iconic Boleyn Ground. This loss severely affects their chances to qualify for the Champions League next season with rivals Manchester City still 2 points ahead of them with one game left to play in the season.
West Ham United played their last ever game at Upton Park before their move to Olympic Park next season. In a fitting farewell, they beat Manchester United 3-2 in a thriller, and followed it up with a grand farewell ceremony.
According to reports from Italy, 3 Premier League clubs are set to battle it out for Juventus and Italian international striker Simone Zaza.