Three of the Chelsea Players got their names in history books as they Broke records after records
When the Welsh side came to Stamford Bridge, they had aspirations of a table topping performance, a draw would have pleased Gary Monk and his men as well, considering the fact that they competing against Premier League contenders #1. It all seemed to be going to plan as well. John Terry had poked in an own goal, and Chelsea midfield and defense looked in disarray. Despite Hazard’s solo efforts, Chelsea seemed to be going from nowhere to nowhere. That was until the last minute of the first half. Cesc Fabregas delivered a corner kick that rippled the net behind Swans’ goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski. It was all even, and what followed, well, you have already seen, heard and read about it many a time. The interesting thing is that a number of records were set in this match. As for Chelsea fans, there is a bad one and some good ones, so lets start with that first.