Chelsea visited Griffin Stadium optimistic to clinch all the 3 points and top the Premier League table with their 6th victory of the season. Chelsea dominated the ball possession with Romelu Lukaku goal being ruled offside by Referee Taylor and VAR as the match remained goalless. Ben Chillwell scored an absolute stunner in the 45th minute to gift the visitors 1-0 lead at halftime against Brentford. Chelsea Manager gifted centre-back Malang Sarr his first Premier League appearance alongside Loftus Cheek. Both stars shined for the Blues in the first half as they helped Chelsea controal the ball possession and keep the defence in check.
Chelsea fans were happy with good performance depicted by Loftus Cheek and Ben Chillwell against Brentford. The Duo were brilliant with accuracy passing, dribbling and shooting the ball as remained composed even under pressure. Chelsea fans requested Manager Thomas Tuchel to grant Ben Chillwell and Loftus Cheek more playtime in the upcoming fixtures, both in Premier League and Champions League.
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