Chelsea are one of the best clubs in the world and one of the top six clubs in England, and they currently sit on top of the English premier league table with 19 points after the opening Eight league games of the season.
The Blues however face injury issues as their two top and only senior strikers were forced out with injury in the champions league crash with Swedish side Malmo. Chelsea won 4-0 but major concern is the injuries to Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner, as both will be out for a while.
However there is a little hope after Chelsea star Mason Mount vowed to rediscover their goal scoring touch yo help his side overcome those injury concerns. He said "Getting goals from all areas is a big thing for us, a big positive. We can be dangerous from different parts of the team."
"We can be dangerous from set pieces and the way we play we get people in the box and create chances.It's about time I got on the score sheet. I'm getting in the right areas but it's just not falling for me. Hopefully when the first one goes in the floodgates will open."
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