Chelsea football club have been a dominating force since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel after the sacking of Fran Lampard.
The tactics and style of football has improved greatly, with several players improving greatly and giving the best while playing.
Mason Mount and Khai Havertz have had a great turn around as they have become great players.
In the 10th minute, Thiago Silva saw Mount in some favorable position and gave him the ball.
Mount saw the run of Khai Havertz who was free from the Fulham defenders. He produced an outrageous through pass which Havertz moved with swiftly towards the goal.
With full confidence, Khai Havertz looped the ball over scoring the first goal of the tie which boosted the hopes of Chelsea finishing in Champions League positions.
The game ended in a 2-0 win in favour of the home team as Havertz doubled the lead.
Take a look at the outrageous assist in the video link below;
Are the two Chelsea stars becoming one of the finest pair in the EPL?
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