Chelsea is the top-scoring Premier League club so far, with 23 goals, but what is more impressive is that they have only conceded three goals. Tuchel was set to be without both of his dependable strikers, Lukaku and Werner, for today's match against Norwich.
Even without Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner, Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea proved they are a goal machine when they ran riot against a defenseless Norwich. Mason Mount broke the deadlock after only 8 minutes thanks to Jorginho's assist. Hudson Odoi doubled Chelsea's lead in the 18th minute thanks to Kovacic's assist, and Reece James ensured Chelsea went into the halftime break 3-0. Following the break, Chelsea continued their goal-scoring streak when Chilwell scored from Kovacic's assist in the 57th minute, and Max Aaron's sloppiness led to an own goal in the 62nd minute. Mount sealed Chelsea's 7-goal victory with an 89th-minute goal and an extra-time goal.
Clearly, if Chelsea can be described right now, they should have only one phrase to describe them. Chelsea is a goal-scoring machine. Given their impressive goal scoring rate, will Chelsea be the league's runaway winner this season?
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