Chelsea fans are currently in a celebratory mood after the Thomas Tuchel's side gets back to the winning ways after thrashing Southampton 3-1 at the Stamford Bridge. The team is currently at the top of the EPL table.
Trevor Chalobah scored Chelsea's first goal only 8 minutes in the match before the club was denied the next two consecutive goals. Lukaku's goal was denied after he was found to be offside, the second denied goal was from Timo Warner which was denied after Azpilicueta found guilty of committing a foul.
Southampton equalized at the 60th minute through a penalty taken by James war-prowse who was sent off the match at the 77th minute four fouling Italian midfielder Jourginho leaving Chelsea with a one man advantage over them.
Timo werner scored the second goal for Chelsea at the 84th minute while Banjamin Chillwell sealed the Blue's win with their third goal at the 89th minute.
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