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Chelsea's one-sided 3-0 loss away to Manchester City Sunday left the defending champions five points below their opponents in 16th place in the nascent Premier League standings.The season may be only two games old, but Chelsea already appear to be in difficulty, having failed to record a win in their opening two league games for the first time since 1998 .Ivanovic struggles No player has symbolized Chelsea's problems more in their opening two league games than right-back Branislav Ivanovic. A Stamford Bridge stalwart for the last six seasons, the Serbian was left chasing shadows by Swansea's Jefferson Montero and was at fault for City's second and third goals, being out-jumped by Vincent Kompany at a corner and then presenting the ball straight to Fernandinho.
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