- Singer Sefa watched her first ever live match as Arsenal lost to Chelsea in pre-season
- The E-choke hitmaker looked stunning in her lovely Arsenal jersey to watch the match
- Arsenal were beaten 2-1 by their London rivals, Chelsea
Ghanaian songstress Sefa watched her first ever live game after attending Arsenal's pre-season season friendly game against Chelsea on Sunday, August 1, 2021.
The E-Choke hitmaker visited the Emirates to watch her new team Arsenal get beaten by Chelsea.
In photos posted by the singer on Instagram, sighted by YEN.com.gh, Sefa is seen in the Arsenal jersey given to her by Thomas Partey.
"See who went to her first ever football match. Featuring the amazing Kelechi. Good to see my Ghanaian brothers Thomas Partey, Eddie Nketiah and Callum Hudson-Odoi play live," she wrote.
Sefa has been in England since performing at last week's Ghana Party in the Park event in London, and it is believed she is promoting her songs in England.
In a very intense game, the Blues took the lead through German forward Kai Havertz, who fired home a pass from compatriot Timo Werner.
Arsenal equalized through Swiss midfielder, Granit Xhaka in the second half but it lasted for only three minutes at Chelsea took the lead again.
Tammy Abraham pounced onto a lose ball from Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin to give Chelsea victory at the Emirates.
The English Premier League begins in a fortnight time with Arsenal playing Brentford as Chelsea hosts Crystal Palace.
In a related sports story, YEN.com.gh reported that, GHOne TV and Starr FM General Manager, Nana Aba Anamoah, has met with Chelsea defender, Antonio Rudiger.
In a video shared by Nana Aba on her Instagram page, the broadcaster was seen standing with the Chelsea defender.
The two were all smiles as they chatted into the camera even though one could not hear what they were talking about because the sound for the video had been put off.
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