2. Nicolas Anelka (Man City 1-0 Chelsea)
3. Zoltan Gera (West Brom 1-4 Chelsea)
4. Papa Bouba Diop (Fulham 1-4 Chelsea)
5. Kevin Davies (Chelsea 2-2 Bolton Wanderers)
6. Radhi Jaidi (Chelsea 2-2 Bolton Wanderers)
7. Thierry Henry (Arsenal 2-2 Chelsea)
8. Thierry Henry (Arsenal 2-2 Chelsea)
9. Leon McKenzie (Norwich 1-3 Chelsea)
10. Aki Riihilahti (Chelsea 4-1 Crystal Palace)
11. Kevin Phillips (Southampton 1-3 Chelsea)
12. Walter Pandiani (Chelsea 1-1 Birmingham City)
13. Collins John (Chelsea 3-1 Fulham)
14. Ruud van Nistelrooy (Man Utd 1-3 Chelsea)
15. Geremi own goal (Newcastle 1-1 Chelsea)
The 04/05 Premier League season is memorable for Chelsea FC's outstanding defensive record, which played a crucial role in their successful campaign under manager José Mourinho. Chelsea conceded only 15 goals during the entire league season, setting a new Premier League record for the fewest goals conceded in a single season at that time. This defensive prowess was a key factor in Chelsea winning their first Premier League title in 50 years.
Under Mourinho's tactical guidance, Chelsea adopted a disciplined and organized defensive approach that focused on solidifying their backline. The team often played with a compact defensive shape and relied on a strong defensive midfield presence to protect the defense. This approach not only limited the opposition's goal-scoring opportunities but also allowed Chelsea to control matches and counter-attack effectively.