Nicolas Jackson had double reason to celebrate as he won Chelsea’s goal of the month competition and sent his team into the fourth round of the Carabao Cup. Jackson broke Chelsea’s duck for September and his solitary strike was enough to see off Brighton, who squandered two superb chances gifted to them by Robert Sanchez, the club’s former goalkeeper.
Chelsea return to Carabao Cup action tonight still desperate for a win to help lift the gloom around Stamford Bridge. The Blues’ second-round victory over fourth-tier AFC Wimbledon was one of just two from seven matches across all competitions so far this season amid a torrid start to life back in English football for manager Mauricio Pochettino, who makes five changes this evening as he looks to spark a reaction from his struggling side. Most frustrated Chelsea fans would probably just settle for a goal or two at this point after watching their team go three games in a row now without scoring.
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Lionel Messi’s Inter Miami will clash with the Houston Dynamo in the U.S. Open Cup final at home on Wednesday, hoping to win its second trophy this year. The South Florida franchise won the inaugural Leagues Cup in August, the team’s first major trophy to date. Messi and his former Barcelona teammates Sergio Busquets and …