Chelsea are still going through one of their worst time under Antonio Conte since his arrival to the Stamford Bridge, and also one of their worst times in the history of the Blues club.
Chelsea have drawn 0-0 against Leicester City yesterday in the Premier League Matchday 23 at home, Stamford Bridge, in a very disappointing performance by most of the players, and a wrong formation by Antonio Conte who played in a very defensive formation and made wrong substitutions.
This wasn’t the only bad thing for Chelsea fans, but Chelsea have broken an all-time negative record in their history after their draw yesterday.
This is the first time in Chelsea’s history where the team draws 0-0 and being unable to score in three consecutive matches in all competitions.
Chelsea have drawn 0-0 against Norwich City in the FA Cup last week, which means the Blues will play the second leg in few days at home, and drew again against Arsenal in the EFL Cup, Carabao Cup, in the semi-final, and drew again against Leicester City yesterday as well 0-0.
Knowing that Chelsea drew as well against Arsenal in the Premier League on the 3rd of January 2-2, and this means Chelsea had four consecutive draws, three of them were goalless, 0-0.
This is due to several reasons such as missing chances and Alvaro Morata and other players who aren’t in their top form, in addition to some news about issues in the dressing room between Antonio Conte and the players, and the board as well.