CHELSEA keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga was at fault for ANOTHER goal as his miserable form continues.
The Spaniard was handed a rare start in between the posts as he replaced summer signing Edouard Mendy.
Kepa Arrizabalaga was at fault for ANOTHER goal as his miserable form continuesCredit: Reuters
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Kepa came in for the FA Cup, having kept a clean sheet in the previous round against Morecambe.
But he was unable to do so against Luton as a volley went right through his palms and into the back of the net.
Jordan Clark hit a cross on the half volley after a cross into the box and what looked like a routine stop turned nightmare for Kepa.
The effort went through the keeper’s gloves and put the game 2-1.
Fans online slammed Kepa’s latest gaffe and even claimed they felt sorry for the record £71.6million stopper.
One said: “Genuinely feel for Kepa. He needs to go not because he is terrible but because he is never going to regain his confidence with us.”
Another said: “Kepa really needs a loan move to get his confidence back. Feel sorry for him.”
One added: “Kepa Arrizabalaga has now let in more shots than he has saved this season.
“Just so, so poor. Feel sorry for him. This move away can’t come soon enough for his career.”
Another added: “Yikes. For Kepa’s own well being I hope he gets a move away from Chelsea ASAP.”
Tammy Abraham opened the scoring after Timo Werner cut the ball back to the striker in the box, allowing the England forward to bury home.
And it was Abraham who doubled his money on 17 minuets, this time Reece James providing the cross, which was headed home.