Serge Aurier leaves Chelsea with a win in seven as Nottingham Forest extend City Ground’s unbeaten streak to five games
Former Tottenham defender Serge Aurier left Chelsea with just one win in their last seven games, earning Nottingham Forest an important point.
The flying back scored his first goal for Forest to cancel out Raheem Sterling’s opener and plunge Blues boss Graham Potter back into crisis.
Chelsea previously managed to snap their longest wineless run since 2012 by beating Bournemouth in their first game since the World Cup, but newly-promoted Forest have brought up many of their pre-existing issues.
A bizarre clearance from Wily Boly peeked into the frame of Forest’s goal before being buried by Sterling in the 16th minute, but Chelsea failed to build on the opener .
And Steve Cooper’s side have once again shown that the City Ground will be the key to their survival hopes by extending their home unbeaten run to five games.
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