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- CHE vs CRYAug 14, 2021WIDE! Kovacic collects a cutback from Werner on the edge of the box and goes for a low strike towards the target, but his attempt is deflected just wide of the left post.
- MCI vs CHEMay 29, 2021SAVE! Chelsea nick it back in midfield and Chilwell's cross is blocked, but Havertz still manages to pick it up. He lays it off to Werner, who gets it stuck under his feet but he still manages to dig out a shot that is straight at Ederson.
- CHE vs CRYAug 14, 2021Goal! Chelsea 2, Crystal Palace 0. Christian Pulisic (Chelsea) left footed shot from the centre of the box to the high centre of the goal.
- MCI vs CHEMay 29, 2021Goal! Manchester City 0, Chelsea 1. Kai Havertz (Chelsea) left footed shot from the centre of the box to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Mason Mount with a through ball.
- CHE vs CRYAug 14, 2021SAVE! Ayew releases Zaha into space behind the Chelsea defence and he surges into the right-inside channel. He pulls the trigger on a low strike that is well saved by Mendy with his body before Christensen bundles the ball behind for a corner.
- MCI vs CHEMay 29, 2021City continue to dominate possession here but are still struggling to get in behind Chelsea. It's switched out to Walker on the right, but Chilwell stays with him all the way and can't even win a corner after his cross rebounds back off him before going out.
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- Chelsea, London
- Hit the shops. The natural place to start in Chelsea is the shops. This is one of London’s most affluent and fashionable neighbourhoods, and the boutiques along the King’s Road are as manicured as the residents.
- Hunt for antiques. The shopping isn’t limited to clothes either. Lots Road is tucked away off the beaten path and is home to a whole host of top-end antiques dealers and auction houses.
- Take a Scarlet Tour. Learn about the fascinating history of the Royal Hospital Chelsea on a guided walking tour with a resident Chelsea Pensioner. Follow one of the scarlet-uniformed army veterans as you discover beautiful buildings designed by architect of St Paul's Cathedral, Sir Christopher Wren, and hear the incredible stories of the Royal Hospital's past and present inhabitants.
- Dine in style. Chelsea is home to some of London’s best restaurants, with Gordon Ramsay's three-Michelin starred eponymous restaurant located on Royal Hospital Road.
London Travel Guide. One of the wealthiest residential areas of London has shops, museums and art galleries. Visit for the annual flower show and imagine yourself living in this posh district. Southwest of central London, Chelsea is a lovely neighborhood along the River Thames. Admire some of London’s most impressive homes and shop in high ...
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- King’s Road. If you’re fascinated by British 20th-century fashion and pop culture then the King’s Road is a mile-long pilgrimage site. The name refers to Charles II who had this former private road built in 1694 to link St James’s Palace with Fulham and on to Kew, and many of the houses on the street date to the early 18th century.
- Saatchi Gallery. A launchpad for the careers of dozens of important contemporary artists, the Saatchi gallery has bounced around several venues since it was founded in 1985.
- Chelsea Physic Garden. The oldest botanical garden in London is concealed by high brick walls next to the Thames. This location was chosen for its southerly aspect and mild air currents by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries in 1673, as somewhere to grow medicinal plants.
- National Army Museum. The central museum for the British Army is right next to the Royal Hospital Chelsea and has just reopened after a £23.75m refit.