Trevor Chalobah scoring against Southampton (Photo Courtesy: Twitter)
Chelsea begun on a high note as they attacked Southampton more frequent, with the visitors not being able to withstand the home team pressure.
Trevor Chalobah got the Blues ahead through a fantastic headers, with two goals scored by Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner being flagged off as offside and a foul respectively.
All Chelsea players were outstanding as they put in a brilliant team performance, but there was one notable outstanding player in the match which Chelsea have won in the first half.
Callum Hudson Odoi who has always been benched and used in the substitution role was the outstanding player as he played the ball nicely to his teammates.
Odoi was also the impact of the goals for Chelsea even those that were ruled off as he was involved in the build off. The player is showing that he deserves a place in the Chelsea squad.
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