The game against Man City earlier this season ended at level Billy Gilmour and Myles Peart-Harris were 2-0 deficit in the second half At halftime, they scored a point in an entertaining game at their academy stadium, and tonight’s game turned out to be no different

It was full of action from the start and the goal attempts were always available, so the game was easy to see for the spectators

After missing an earlier chance, in shape Thierno Ballo gave Chelsea the lead and we had good value for money, but a strong city team would equalize the score with a goal of their own just four minutes later at halftime we were on the same level and it was everyone’s game

We started strong for the remaining half, but a Levi Colwill own goal after six minutes gave us work for the rest of the game. Scoring opportunities came and went for the young Blues, who waited until the last minute to level up It was Colwill who made up for his earlier mistake of finding the net up close to secure a point. At full time we were fifth with 29 points

For Sunday morning’s game, Andy Myers named two changes Tino Anjorin and George Nunn came in as Sam McClelland and Jude Soonsup-Bell got off Lewis Bate was the team captain while Anjorin joined the attack alongside Thierno Ballo and Marcel Lewis, who scored nine goals in all competitions before kick-off

Elsewhere on the grid, Dujon Sterling started the season for the sixth time after injury and assisted last time, while Levi Cowlill started his twelfth game in a row at the heart of the defense

Sunday’s game was a battle between two of the strongest teams in the league and it was evident from the first whistle. Both teams were offensive, making the opening exchange an end-to-end affair, but without over-targeting both goals endanger

The first chance finally came and it was a golden one for Ballo Henry Lawrence was sprinted to the left by Anjorin before his deflected shot for Ballo fell in the middle. After the goalkeeper committed to Lawrence’s first attempt, the goal was for Ballo to hit the target A poor connection, however, sent the ball into the side net instead of on the target It was a great opportunity for a Chelsea goal this early in the game

On the other end, Man City wanted us to pay for the missed opportunity Liam Delap raced into the box with just Karlo Ziger, but Sterling flew back in time and did the all-important glide device to stop the attack – and it proved a moment later than even more significant

We were still able to take advantage of Man City’s high line A simple but effective ball from Tino Livramento was well controlled by Anjorin, who had enough time to hit the edge of the box

A ball thrown in the middle by the 19-year-old fell for Ballo, who touched the ball over the goalkeeper for the first goal of the game, it was that touch of quality from Chelsea that started the game

But our lead did not last as Man City equalized in disappointing circumstances A hopeful ball from Tommy Doyle into the box stayed in the air for a while, and with a run on Livramento, Delap sent a header over Ziger, to achieve the equalizer

We tried to correct our wrong shortly after conceding and the next best chance came from an unlikely source Colwill stayed forward from a free kick and was expertly selected by Marcel Lewis but the defender lacked the composure of a striker to order Another great opportunity to put the finishing touches on

The game was very open and the chances for the next goal were still good. Doyle, who scored City’s first goal, took matters into his own hands on the next try. Aiming from 25 yards, his shot ricocheted off the top of the Cash off and, to our delight, was out of play

The combination of Ballo and Anjorin threatened away defense all morning and their next connection almost resulted in another impressive goal.A smart cross from the latter found Ballo in the middle but his connection to the ball was too soft to deflect his path, and we finished the first half

After a good start to the second half, our hard work was undone in frustrating circumstances. Doyle was involved again for City, his low cross being given by Colwill who couldn’t get out of the way fast enough while City had the first time the game took the lead and we had to react

The end-to-end theme continued and we wanted to get it back right away Lewis’ cross for Nunn was centimeter-wide, he came in front of the goalkeeper and aimed at the goal but a rescue from Cieran Slicker was enough to keep the attack going to thwart

Just an hour ago we had another great chance to get back into the game. George McEachran worked his way to the back street and crossed Lawrence The ball bounced awkwardly before the full-back made contact and the close-range hit missed the target

Our attacking game intensified as the game progressed, but understandably City was compact and left us very little room to move

After Colwill was overcrowded from a corner, he wanted to become the supplier and sent the ball back into the danger area. Ballo was not marked but stretched and his header was straight to catch on Slicker

Just when we were running out of time, a flood of scoring opportunities finally resulted in a well-deserved Chelsea goal

Livramento’s cross was hit the crossbar by Slicker and we got the corner. After Colwill accidentally hit the wrong net he refused to let the accident define the game and sent a shot into the right goal a minute before the end

With that in mind, a draw was the fair result of the day as Chelsea took another point away from the leaders

After a week off, the Myers men take a trip across London to face West Ham at Rush Green April at 4 p.m.

Chelsea 4-2-3-1 Karlo Ziger; Tino Livramento, Dujon Sterling, Levi Colwill, and Henry Lawrence; George McEachran, Lewis Bate (c); Marcel Lewis (Harvey Vale 80), Thierno Ballo, Tino Anjorin (Dynel Simeu 86); George Nunn (Bryan Fiabema 65) Unused Subs Ethan Wady, Sam McCleallandScorer Ballo 13; Colwill 89

Man City Cieran Slicker, Alpha Diounkou, Finley Burns, Callum Doyle, Caludio Gomes, Romeo Lavia, Cole Palmer (Felix Nmecha 69), Tommy Doyle, Liam Delap, James McAtee (Alex Robinson 81), Adrian BerwabeUnused Subs Sammy Robinson , Louie Moulden, Sam Epozie, Booked Palmer 35; Delap 66 Scorer Delap 18; Colwill 51 (above)

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