Chelsea could stay unbeaten this season, admits ex-Arsenal captain

Patrick Vieira believes that Chelsea have what it takes to stay unbeaten this season

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Patrick Vieira believes that Chelsea have what it takes to stay unbeaten this season.

Jose Mourinho’s men are flying high at the top of the Premier League after having dropped just two top-flight points so far this term.

And former Arsenal captain Vieira, who was part of Arsenal’s Invincibles side in 2003-04, feels that the Blues could emulate Arsene Wenger’s team.

Asked if Chelsea could stay unbeaten, Vieira replied: “Yes, of course. Records are out there for teams to beat.

“I think one day that record will be beaten. I think that Chelsea look really promising. They have not specially played well but they keep winning and they look really strong.

“Physically, Chelsea look one of the strongest teams in the Premier League. They’ve got quality in [Eden] Hazard, [Cesc] Fabregas is back to his best and [Diego] Costa is scoring goals. So Chelsea look good.”

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