The Blues welcomed Ac Milan yesterday at Stamford Bridge as they looked forward to grab their first win in the Champions League this season.
In that match, the Blues were the better side in the early minutes of the game as they created multiple chances upfront. Their efforts paid off in the 24th minute after Fofana opened the second from close range.
In the second half, Aubameyang continued with his good run after he scored once again to give the Blues a strong lead. Reece James made sure they've sealed all the three points with 28 minutes left before the final whistle. The match ended 3-0 as the Blues grabbed their first three points in the Champions League this season.
In that match, Chelsea fullback Reece James delivered an impressive performance. He created multiple chances up front and ended up with a goal. The English right-back has been one of the best in the Premier league in the recent season. His top perfomance in yesterday's match proved he can become one of the key player for the Blues.
This now means that Reece James top perfomance in yesterday's match proved he can be unstoppable under Graham Porter in the coming matches.
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