Chelsea loss “one of the biggest FA Cup shocks of all time”

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Chelsea loss “one of the biggest FA Cup shocks of all time”

Chelsea’s humiliating 4-2 loss against league one side Bradford may well have been the biggest FA cup shock of all time, says Tim Nichols, Sports Editor for the Evening Standard.
 
Fans were extremely upset, especially after the London side were at one point 2-0 up. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said it was a “disgrace” – a summary Tim agrees with, though he says the team may be able to redeem themselves if the put in an impressive performance in their next match against Liverpool.
 
Arsenal faired better, beating Brighton and Hove Albion 3-2. It wasn’t plain sailing for the FA cup reigning champions, though, who conceded two goals as Brighton made a spirited comeback. However, Tim says Arsenal put in a solid game, building on their recent good form.
 
Tim also weighs in on West Ham’s slender 1-0 win over Bristol City.

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