Chelsea has won 3-1 against stubborn Southampton in the premier league clash thanks for the goals from Chiloba, Chilwel and and Timo Werner. James Ward-prowse scored the only goal for Soton from the spot kick.
And Tuchel was forced to change the formation to 3-4-1-2 on the 65th minute to help the Blues destroy the visitors. The two winning goals came on after that formation shift and Chelsea got all three points that has helped the Standmford Bridge reclaim the top spot in the premier league table.
Chelsea were the first one to score before Southampton equalised and everyone was thinking it could end on a draw before that technical change that has proved how best manager Thomas Tuchel is while on a touchline.
Elsewhere, Manchester United somewhere at Old Trafford were held to a disappointing 1-1 draw by Everton. Antony Martial scored his first goal since February before Andros Townsend equalised in the second half to save a point for Everton.
Manchester United have now got only one point from the last two matches and fans are furious with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after his poor decision of rotating the squad.
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