Former Arsenal winger Theo Walcott was the villain for Southampton as they misplaced to Chelsea on penalties within the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night. The Saints ahead missed his effort in the course of the penalty shootout – not as if the Blues would thoughts at all although as they progressed to the fourth spherical of the competitors. It was additionally actually a aid for Thomas Tuchel’s males, with Mason Mount having additionally seeing his effort saved by Alex McCarthy regardless of being in nice type in entrance of purpose following his hat-trick towards Norwich City at the Premier League. In the tip, Will Smallbone was the person to finally resolve the competitors as his effort flew excessive above Kepa Arrizabalaga’s purpose, with Reece James then slotting dwelling the profitable penalty.
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It was Walcott’s miss that gave the Blues a platform although to go on and win the sport, although, and Chelsea fans actually performed their half in his failure. Considering his Arsenal connections before departing for Everton, Blues supporters elected to play on that by chanting ‘Arsenal reject’ at the 32-year-old before he failed to seek out the online. He was actually extra medical in entrance of purpose for the Gunners with 108 objectives in 397 appearances in all competitions for the north London outfit. After Walcott had missed, supporters inside Stamford Bridge then tried to repeat the trick as they chanted ‘Chelsea reject’ in the direction of former Blues midfielder Oriol Romeu. However, it wasn’t fairly as profitable the second time round because the Spaniard coolly slotted previous Kepa. In the tip although, Chelsea had been to not be denied as they reached the quarter-finals of the competitors. The Blues will discover out their opponents for the subsequent spherical throughout Saturday morning’s draw.

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