Chelsea continued with their impressive form at Stamford bridge after they easily dispatched a Fulham side that is under relegation threat. Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel had opted to rest a number of key players with the likes Of Pulisic, Kante and Jorgihno rested for the derby.
Chelsea took the lead through German international Kai Havertz after receiving an excellent pass from the ever-impressive Mason Mount.
Fulham tried to get back into the match but their hopes were thwarted by another excellent finish from Kai Havertz who had received an excellent through ball from his national team compatriot Timo Werner. Despite the impressive performances by many Chelsea players, the Performance of young Scottish midfielder Billy Gilmour left alot to be desired.
The inexperienced midfielder had a very poor game with a work rate questioned by many fans. His weak Physique was evident with Fulham players often taking the ball off him quite easily. According to many fans, he is yet to reach the level of playing for Chelsea.
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