AFC Wimbledon vs. Chelsea: 6 Things We Learned

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AFC Wimbledon vs. Chelsea: 6 Things We Learned
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CHERRY RED RECORDS STADIUM, LONDON—Chelsea had to come from two goals behind against AFC Wimbledon on Saturday to ensure they remained undefeated in pre-season.

The Blues conceded in the opening 40 seconds to an Alan Bennett header, while Matt Tubbs doubled the League Two side's advantage on 40 minutes with a penalty, having moments earlier been upended by Kurt Zouma.

Making nine changes at the interval, Jose Mourinho's side clawed their way back, first through captain John Terry on 74 minutes, before Mohamed Salah drew them level seven minutes from time.

Terry added his second of the game to complete Chelsea's comeback in the 90th minute, connecting with Lewis Baker's corner to record a 3-2 victory.

Here are six things we learned from the pre-season encounter against the fourth-tier club.


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