Chelsea hosted Southampton at Stamford Bridge on Saturday Afternoon in a closely contested Premier League clash. Thomas Tuchel settled for Chalobah to start in the defence alongside Silva, Rudiger and Azipilicueta while Ben Chillwell started as a midfielder alongside Loftus Cheek and Kovacic. Chelsea dominated the match in the first half with Chalobah combining with Loftus Cheek to score the opening goal for Chelsea in the 9th Minute. Chalobah has now scored 2goals in 4 appearances for Chelsea in the Premier League hence fans requested Thomas Tuchel to convert him into a striker.
The Blues finished first half on top 1-0 against Southampton due to Chalobah only goal which he scored through a diving header. Chelsea fans were happy and celebrated their 1-0 lead at halftime despite Timo Werner and Romelu Lukaku goals being ruled out by VAR. Chelsea fans compared Chalobah to former Legend Didier Drogba and requested Tuchel to play him as Striker next game.
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