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Chelsea surprisingly beat Ajax 0-1 in the Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam Wednesday night despite an Ajax goal in the first half being ruled off by VAR as offside and both teams having few shots on target during the entire game. Chelsea coach Frank Lampard, starved of high profile players due to the FIFA transfer ban imposed on the club, started with a young team in Amsterdam. Ajax devoid of former players De Ligt and Frankie De Jong still boasted of a strong line up that could make any team in Europe shrink and unsurprisingly Ajax did have the ball in the back of the net when Quincy Promes tucked the ball away following a deflected shot from Haki Ziyech. But the goal didn't stand after the referee upon consultation with VAR disallowed stating that it was offside. Ajax filled with pace, panache and perseverance tried finding holes in the Chelsea defence but Lampard's team fought back with super performances from the central defensive partnership of Kurt Zouma and Fikayo Tomori and the never die spirit of young Mason Mount. In the second half it was a whole different ball game and Chelsea started to press the Ajax defence and substitute Christian Pulisic in the dying minutes of the game provided the assist for Michy Batshuayi to smash home a goal. Chelsea with this win are now level on points with Ajax in their group after 3 games. See some Twitter reactions below.' The post Ajax 0-1 Chelsea (Michy Bathshuayi’s last minute goal gives Blues surprise win in UEFA Champions League) appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.