Domino’s has mocked Chelsea’s Premier League goal drought, with a live pizza delivery counter approaching the 10 million milestone.InformationGuideNigeria
This season has seen the Blues struggle in the final third, with Mauricio Pochettino’s expensively assembled squad still lacking an attacking spark. The west London club has spent more than £1 billion ($1.2 billion) in the last three transfer windows but has seen little return.
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Chelsea have failed to score in English top-flight action since beating newly-promoted Luton Town 3-1 on August 25. Since then, they have gone three Premier League games without scoring, taking up only one point from matches against Nottingham Forest, Bournemouth, and Aston Villa.
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Domino’s has decided to poke fun at the Blues, having previously estimated that they have sold 852,609 pizzas since Chelsea’s last goal. “We did the maths – turns out it’s worse than we thought,” they now say. The American company has parked a van outside Craven Cottage, where Chelsea are scheduled to play Fulham on Monday, with a live counter of how many deliveries they have completed since Pochettino’s team last hit the markNYSC Portal
Chelsea’s efforts to keep that ticker from rising even higher are being hampered by a run of bad luck with injuries. They also have £32 million ($39 million) summer acquisition Nicolas Jackson serving a ban against Fulham on derby day, leaving them woefully short on attacking alternatives.
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