Willy Caballero’s warm-up mishap, Antonio Rudiger’s nice touch and Jorginho’s boot woes

Caballero’s warm up mishap

It was a bit of a shock for Chelsea fans to see Willy Caballero named as the starting goalkeeper for the crunch Premier League clash at Leicester City.

While Kepa Arrizabalaga has struggled at times this season, it was a big call from Frank Lampard to drop the world’s most expensive goalkeeper.

And in the warm up, Chelsea fans might have been even more worried if they’d seen one attempted save.

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Caballero was taking shots from the edge of the box, and third-choice stopper Jamie Cumming fired in an effort that the Argentine got down to stop.

However, he didn’t stop it. Instead the ball spun over the keeper and then into the corner of the net.

An ominous sign of things to come.

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Jorginho’s boot woes

Jorginho is not shy of picking up a yellow card, and once again he got on referee Lee Mason’s bad side with a foul on James Maddison.

The Italy international was given his ninth booking of the campaign, which means he’ll get a two-match suspension if (or when) he gets the next one.

However, it was the build-up to the incident that really led to the yellow card.

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Jorginho was having a really tough time getting his boot back on his foot, which meant that he was left behind as the play continued.

Once he finally got his footwear started, Jorginho sprinted forwards and into midfield. But he was completely unset, which meant Maddison had space and Jorginho fouled him for the booking.

He might need to tighten them up a bit better next time!

Willy Caballero ahead of Chelsea’s clash with Leicester (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Rudiger’s move to Caballero

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