Cesc Fabregas's lone goal inspire Chelsea to 1-0 victory over Swansea

Cesc Fabregas’s early goal was all that Chelsea needed to overcome stubborn Swansea City in their Premier League encounter at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday, April 28. 

The midfielder grabbed the only goal in the 4th minute to hand his side the maximum points after benefiting from an Eden Hazard’s cross from the wing. 

Though they have lost the EPL title to Manchester City, the London club will hope they can finish among the top four teams to participate in the Champions League next season as they are currently 5th on the table. 


Antonio Conte’s men got started on a bright note with a couple of moves from the Blues attackers, and just four minutes into the game. After taking the lead in less than five minutes, the visitors team continued to mount pressure on their hosts with a bid to add to their tally, but an Eden Hazard’s shot was blocked by the Swans in the 13th minute. 

Despite trailing by one goal, the hosts grew in confidence as the game progressed, and they were able to pull some passes together, but their efforts to ensure they level up as Connor Roberts header assisted by Martin Olsson was cleared by the Blues defence. 
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