Plus, all the LATEST EPL Transfer and news, with 8 days left in the summer transfer window.
I will do a LIVE special on transfer deadline day next Friday along with Chelsea vs Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup.
But before I start the LIVE Commentary, here is the LATEST from the EPL:
Yesterday's EPL Evening Match:
Chelsea 4 Reading 2
This match was scheduled to take place yesterday at Stamford Bridge, because of the UEFA Super Cup match for Chelsea next Friday, a day before the match was originally supposed to take place.
Anyways, enough of the technical stuff....
On to the actual match itself:
Chelsea pressed early on with winger Ramires having a shot saved by Adam Federici.
Winger Eden Hazard skilled past two defenders before being brought down inside the box for a Chelsea penalty (by the way he played very well).
Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard scored from the penalty spot in the 18th minute with a hard and low shot past goalkeeper Adam Federici.
|Unstoppable: Chelsea midfielder Frank Lampard scores from the penalty spot to give Chelsea the lead.|
Reading passed the ball well, before a cross came into the box for striker Pavel Pogrebnyak who heading the ball towards goal, high into the top corner, and out of Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech's reach to equalise after 25 minutes.
|High header: Reading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak heads the ball past 'keeper Petr Cech to equalise for his new club.|
What a header by Pogrebnyak high and a great equaliser.
New Reading signing Danny Guthrie had a free-kick from 20 yards out taken and it swerved powerfully towards goal.
Petr Cech parried the ball away from himself but the ball span away from him and trickled into the net to give Reading the lead in the 29th minute.
|Out of control: Petr Cech parries the ball away from himself, but the ball is too powerful and spins into the net.|
|1st goal for a new club: Danny Guthrie scored his first goal for Reading against Chelsea after leaving Newcastle.|
Hazard had a shot from 25 yards out over the bar, while a nice cross into the box by Hazard found Torres but his header was just wide of the goalmouth.
At half-time it was 2-1 to Reading.
In the second half, Reading were defending well as Chelsea continued to look for the all important goal.
Hazard and Torres continued to find each other with good passes before Torres passed to defender Branislav Ivanovic who had a shot from 18 yards out over the bar.
Hazard skilled a defender before passing a through bal straight to substitute and £25million man Oscar who had a shot saved by Adam Federici.
In the 69th minute, Hazard passed the ball towards defender Gary Cahill before he unleashed a long distance shot towards goal. Federici missed the ball completely and Cahilll had equalised for Chelsea with 20 minutes to go.
|Long-range effort: Defender Gary Cahill equalised for the home side against Reading in the 69th minute.|
|Back on level terms: Cahil celebrates his goal against Reading to make it 2-2.|
In the 81st minute, a new Chelsea pass and move was finished with a through ball past the box by left-back Ashley Cole to striker Fernando Torres who tapped the ball into the net easily.
Controversially, replays show that Torres was offside when he scored, so Reading will have felt hard done by.
In the 90+5th minute, Reading had a corner with goalkeeper Adam Federici coming out of his goal to run up for the corner.
Chelsea defended well, and counter attacked with Torres, Hazard and Ivanovic running away from the goalkeeper with an open goal awaiting the ball in the net....
Hazard was unselfish by passing thae ball to Ivanovic who slotted the ball into the net to make it 4-2 to Chelsea.
This was how the match ended and despite the scoreline, Reading were robbed and played well throughout.
If only the decisions went the right way.
My Man Of The Match:
He passed the ball well, crossed the ball to his team-mates.
He assisted Ivanvic and won another penalty by showing his pace and skill.
Looks very promising and £32million looks like a steal now for him.
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