The will to win matches among English Premier League teams is evidently proved by learning from failure and avoiding mistakes which make them vulnerable to defeat.
Chelsea gave a five star performance against Crystal Palace fresh from the end of their 14 games unbeaten run under Thomas Tuchel. They have now realised a fruitful defender who will help the team win the remaining matches this season.
Kai Harvetz scored the opener goal of the match in the 8th minute. He collected a sweet pass from Hudson Odoi and was on target to the left post leaving Crystal Palace goalkeeper, Guaita stranded. 2 minutes later, Harvetz expertly assisted Christian Pulisic to score the second goal for Chelsea.
Kurt Zouma found the net in the 30th minute after Mason Mount launched a well taken free kick to find the defender who headed the ball straight into the top right corner from the edge of the six yard box. The blues built a comfortable lead of 3-0 against Palace at half time Zouma goal making him the highest scoring defender in the Premier League this season recording 5 goals.
Thomas Tuchel took home 3 points, Chelsea winning 4-1 against Crystal Palace. Christian Bentenke scored one goal for his side while Christian Pulisic scored his second goal in the 78th minute giving the visiting team the satisfactory win.
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