The Blues were in action today against Aston Villa as they looked forward to extend their good run under their new manager Graham Porter. The Blues kicked off with a good run where they created multiple chances in the early minutes of the game.
They finally opened the scoring after Mason Mount scored in the 6th minute to put his side ahead. The host almost came close to grabbing an equalizer in the 15th minute before his effort were denied by the woodwork.
In the second half, the Blues added the second one through Mason Mount in the 65th minute. Aston Villa tried to pull one back but the Blues remained solid in their defence. Graham Porter ended up winning all the three points by the end of the final whistle.
One of the Blues stars who impressed in today's match is Mason Mount. The English midfielder has been on top form in the recent matches as he has been involved in five goals for the Blues in their last three matches.
His top perfomance in today's match proved he might be unstoppable in the coming matches if he'll be given more playing time. This now means that Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount proved he might be unstoppable in the coming after his outstanding performance in today's match.
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