Kepa's butterfingers strike again
Kepa Arrizabalaga is once again at the centre of criticism. Chelsea faced Luton in the FA Cup on Sunday and the Spanish goalkeeper once again made a mistake that cost his side a goal.
The Championship side were 2-0 down midway through the first half but came back into the game thanks to Jordan Clark's goal and, more importantly, a howler from the former Athletic Club goalkeeper.
The Luton player latched onto a delivery into the box from the right, but shot too softly and just wide. Kepa got his right hand to the ball, but was unable to keep it out and ended up sitting down, resigned.
Fortunately for the Spaniard, Tammy Abraham had scored a brace in just four minutes to put the Blues two goals up. Jordan Clark, however, left the game open for the second half.