Edouard Mendy conceived his first Premier League goal as Chelsea beat Sheffield United 4-1 at Stamford Bridge.
Sheffield United took the lead 9 minutes into the game through David McGoldrick when he latches onto the ball inside the box and scores a fantastic back-heel goal. He makes it 0-1.
It took Chelsea 14 minutes before they equalised. Mateo Kovacic plays in Tammy Abraham, who shows great determination to get to the ball before a couple of defenders and from inside the box slots it into the bottom left corner to make it 1-1.
England international Benjamin Chilwell makes it 2-1 for the Blues in the 34 minutes. The first-half ended 2-1 in favour of Chelsea.
Frank Lampard’s side continue their fine form when the second half kick-off, Hakim Ziyech curls a free kick in the 77 minutes into the visitors’ box.
Formal Paris Saint-Germain defender Thiago Silva peels off his marker and arrows a brilliant header past Aaron Ramsdale and the ball went straight into the left side of the net.
German International Timo Werner makes it 4-1, when the ball breaks to him in the 80th minutes after a poor defending, he finds himself one-on-one with the goalkeeper and calmly puts the ball into the back of the net.
The Blues had 20 total shots, including nine on target, and completed 754 total passes to the visitors’ 307.
The Blades had six total shots, including three on target, two off target and one blocked. They had 28 of the ball possession to Chelsea’s 72 and committed 14 fouls.
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