Chelsea Held to Goalless Draw by Resilient Bournemouth: 15 Key Moments You Missed

Scoreless Streak: Chelsea's draw against Bournemouth marked the second consecutive Premier League match in which they failed to score.

Previous Loss: Before this draw, Chelsea suffered a 1-0 defeat to Nottingham Forest in their last league game.

Dominant First Half: Chelsea controlled possession in the first half, with Nicolas Jackson nearly scoring, hitting the post in the 14th minute.

Missed Opportunity: Conor Gallagher had a glorious chance for Chelsea but couldn't find the net just after the half-hour mark.

Bournemouth's Chances: Dango Outtara had one of Bournemouth's rare first-half opportunities, but Chelsea's keeper, Robert Sanchez, made a close-range save.

Disallowed Goal: In the second half, Chelsea found the net through Raheem Sterling, but the goal was ruled out for offside.

Impactful Substitution: Justin Kluivert's introduction as a second-half substitute provided Bournemouth with a much-needed attacking edge.

Free Kick Drama: Philip Billing had a free-kick opportunity for Bournemouth in the 76th minute, but it was deflected wide for a corner.

Solanke's Fierce Shot: Bournemouth's Dominic Solanke unleashed a fierce shot, putting Chelsea's defense to the test.

Late Header: Solanke also sent a looping header just wide, giving Bournemouth a rare spell of attacking pressure.

Late Drama: Chelsea came close to scoring in the final minutes as Raheem Sterling found Cole Palmer, but Bournemouth's keeper Neto made a remarkable one-handed reflex save.

League Standings: The draw moved Bournemouth up to the 15th spot with three points, trailing Chelsea by two points and one place in the Premier League.

Pochettino's Disappointment: Chelsea's coach, Mauricio Pochettino, expressed his disappointment, feeling that Chelsea had the chances to secure a comfortable win.

Missed Opportunities: Pochettino emphasized that the numbers suggested Chelsea should have won comfortably, especially in the first 30 minutes.

Bournemouth's Perspective: Bournemouth's players believed they were unlucky not to secure all three points and considered it their best game of the season so far, despite the draw.