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Kurt Zouma on what was key to beating Liverpool & Billy Gilmour’s



Kurt ZoumaThe last time Kurt Zouma was associated with a Chelsea clean sheet execution was away against Tottenham in the game before Christmas, so having been so again yesterday, the large safeguard was justifiably satisfied with his night’s work, particularly against a side like Liverpool.

The score was equivalent to that coordinate at Spurs, 2-0 to the Blues, and Willian was again among the objectives with Ross Barkley joining the Brazilian on the scoresheet this time, and Zouma differentiated exhibitions like those two with a portion of the less fruitful ones as of late. Solidarity he said was critical to beating Liverpool.

Everyone was battling a great deal for each ball, everybody going around and protecting and assaulting. It was a decent game to watch I think and we did an excellent game.

Any spotless sheet is acceptable however particularly against Liverpool. We realize they have extraordinary players in advance, they have an incredible group, and we did very well protectively and it isn’t just about safeguards, we all as a group played very well protectively, and unpleasantly. We could have scored more.

We did a decent game yet we have to remain centered on the grounds that there are games when we can play great, and others when we are not really good or bad. Possibly players are somewhat worn out, I don’t have the foggiest idea, perhaps we are not centered enough.

‘Against Liverpool this is the mindset we have to keep each game. We have a significant game on Sunday [against Everton], we have to get the success at home and proceed onward from that point.

Zouma added his voice to the chorale of appreciation for the way 18-year-old Billy Gilmour approached his work in midfield against Liverpool, in what was just his third senior beginning.

Mind blowing execution, develop in his game, and quiet and smart too with the ball and without the ball,’ said Zouma who is seven years more seasoned than Gilmour.

He was phenomenal, similar to he is preparing. He is preparing generally excellent. He is exceptionally certain and he can keep the ball, he is going near and squeezing the folks. He has a splendid future in front of him, he simply needs to continue buckling down.

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Rafael Nadal Says “No Chance” Statement Was “Arrogant” From Novak Djokovic’s Coach



Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 French Open was postponed to September. The cooler conditions at that time didn’t suit Rafael Nadal, and many thought he wouldn’t win. One of those people was Goran Ivanisevic, who said that the Spaniard had ‘no chance’ against Novak Djokovic in the final.

The Former Wimbledon Champion was proved wrong as Rafa thrashed Djokovic 6-0, 6-2, 7-5. It was clearly a one-sided contest and the 20-time Grand Slam champion had his own opinion on Ivanisevic’s comment. He said:

” I swear that I hadn’t heard what Ivanisevic said before the final. Someone told me after. It was a bit arrogant from him. But in fact, the conditions were better for Novak.”

Rafael Nadal trying to end 2020 on a high note

After proving Goran Ivanisevic wrong and winning the French Open, Rafael Nadal equaled the record for the most Grand Slams. This achievement has made 2020 a memorable year for him, and now he can make it even better at the upcoming Paris Masters and ATP Finals.

These are two events that Rafa has never won, and that is largely due to the scheduling. Since these events are played at the end of the year, Nadal has often injured himself before them. However, that is not the case for him in 2020.

Many events were canceled due to the pandemic, and hence, Rafa has not strained his body. He will be arriving at both events in the best of health, which surely going to give him an advantage. This will be his best chance to win both titles, and all of his fans are hoping that he will do so.

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