Kepa targets personal and team improvement with Chelsea going forward

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Kepa targets personal and team improvement with Chelsea going forward
Kepa targets personal and team improvement with Chelsea going forward

Before Monday night's game against Burnley, Kepa Arrizabalaga spoke of the importance of three points in the must-win affair. That part clearly did not go to plan. Kepa was beaten twice, once by a precise volley from the edge of the box after a corner, and once by a point-black effort after another set piece routine. Kepa may not be the most commanding goalkeeper in the penalty area, but there was little he could've done against either. And that's been a consistent trend throughout the season for the 24-year-old, who remains the world's most expensive goalkeeper ever — through the way the market's trending, the next big goalkeeper signing just might eclipse the €80m Chelsea spent. He's been solid-to-spectacular

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