Chelsea vs. Leeds United Match Report – Saturday May 15, 2004

FA Premier League (Matchweek 38)
Chelsea
1
24-7-7
Manager: Claudio Ranieri
Leeds United
0
8-9-21
Manager: Eddie Gray
Saturday May 15, 2004
FA Premier League (Matchweek 38)
 
Officials: Mike Dean (Referee)

Match Summary

Kick Off
 20’
1:0
 — Goal 1:0
Half Time
 60’
1:0
 — Substitute
 80’
1:0
 — Substitute
 82’
1:0
 — Substitute
 85’
1:0
 — Substitute
 90’
1:0
 — Substitute

Team Stats

Cards

Chelsea Player Stats

Chelsea Player Stats Table
Performance
Player # Nation Pos Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Wayne Bridgeeng ENGDF9000000
Joe Coleeng ENGMF9000000
Carlo Cudiciniit ITAGK9000000
William Gallasfr FRADF9000000
Jesper Grønkjærdk DENFW,MF9010000
Eiður Guðjohnsenis ISLFW,MF9000000
Glen Johnsoneng ENGDF8200000
   Mario Stanićhr CROFW,MF800000
Frank Lampardeng ENGMF9000000
   Alexis Nicolascy CYPMF100000
Claude Makéléléfr FRAMF9000000
Mario Melchiotnl NEDDF9000000
John Terryeng ENGDF8500000
   Robert Huthde GERDF500000
14 Players99110000

Leeds United Player Stats

Leeds United Player Stats Table
Performance
Player # Nation Pos Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Scott Carsoneng ENGGK9000000
Michael Duberryeng ENGDF9000000
Ian Harteie IRLDF9000000
Gary Kellyie IRLDF9000000
Dominic Matteosco SCODF,MF9000000
James Milnereng ENGDF,MF9000000
Salomon Olembécm CMRMF8000000
   Nick Barmbyeng ENGFW,MF1000000
Lucas Radebeza RSADF,GK9000000
Frazer Richardsoneng ENGDF9000000
Alan Smitheng ENGFW,MF9000000
Jason Wilcoxeng ENGFW,MF6000000
   Jermaine Pennanteng ENGMF3000000
13 Players99000000

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