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Let’s keep going, all honour and glory be given to my Lord Jesus – Willian

by: Evolve


After a stunning outing during their Premier League game on Thursday evening, former Chelsea star – Willian has given all glory to his Lord, for the victory and of course, his goal.

Willian led his Fulham teammates to a glorious 2-1 win in a premier league match against Graham Potter team, who displayed yet another lackluster performance.

Given their recent nine-game losing skid and one win, Graham Potter is finding it challenging to win over the club’s owners and supporters.

Willian had earlier given the hosts the lead in the 25th minute before Koulibaly narrowed the margin for the blues soon after the first half.

Joao Felix, a debutant to Chelsea, had a rough tackle on Kenny Tete in the 58th minute, which led to the referee dismissing him, ruining his EPL welcome party.

Joao Felix made a lively but underwhelming Chelsea debut before his team’s defeat to Fulham at Craven Cottage to extend their losing streak.

The latest Chelsea signing was unquestionably his team’s best player until he was dismissed in the 58th minute for a careless tackle while the score was still tied at 1-1.

Even though Fulham had the edge in players, Vinicius headed in an Andres Pereira cross to give the home team the victory later in the game.

Let’s keep going, all honour and all glory be given to my Lord Jesus” – Willian noted on his Facebook page.

After 18 games, the abysmal Chelsea team is still in 10th place with 25 points, while Fulham has climbed to 6th with 31 points as a result of the victory.




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