Two Premier League heavyweights are in dire straits after disastrous starts to their seasons.
Meanwhile comeback kings Liverpool did it again for the third time in five games, but Jurgen Klopp isn’t happy despite ending a dry run from last season.
And Ange Postecoglou hit a major milestone – and it showed off one of his greatest strengths.
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INJURIES TO BLAME FOR CHELSEA’S BLUES?
It’s been a horror start for Chelsea coach Mauricio Pochettino, whose side sits 14th after three losses in their first five games. That’s their equal second-worst points tally through five games in Premier League history, while their five goals is their worst output at this stage since 1996.
It continues their dismal scoring record from last season – 38 in 38 games.
Misfiring Kai Havertz might have been sold, but the new men in the door aren’t having any better luck.
Christopher Nkunku was a big-money arrival but was injured in pre-season, and the Blues are badly missing him.
Meanwhile their other top attacking signing, Nicolas Jackson, is having a disastrous time in front of goals.
The 22-year-old has taken the sixth-most shots of any player but has scored just once, and has missed six ‘big chances’.
In this weekend’s goalless draw with Bournemouth, Jackson hit the post in the first half, but his struggles were later summed up by a shot so badly struck that he fell over while taking the attempt.
Meanwhile £88.5m January signing Mykhailo Mudryk was poor on his first start of the season, taken off after an hour as his goalless start to life at Stamford Bridge stretched to 19 goals.
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