The Premier League resumed with an entertaining fixture that saw West Bromwich Albion travel to face Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Blues who have been in great form under Thomas Tuchel management were looking to secure all needed points to strengthen their hope for an EPL top-four finish. West Brom on the other hand needed all three points against the Blues to boost their hope of exiting the relegation zone this season.
The first half was an entertaining one that saw Chelsea draw first blood in the 27th minute of the game through Christian Pulisic's fine finish to make the scoreline 1-0 in their favour.Unfortunately for the Blues, they were reduced to 10 men in the 30th minute as Thiago Silva was sent off for a rough foul on Okay Yokuslu. West Brom turned things around in the last few minutes of the first half as Matheus Pereira's double gave the visitors a 2-1 lead at halftime.
Things become even worse for the Blues in the second half as Callum Robinson and Mbaye Diagne found the back of the net in the 63rd and 68th minute to put West Brom 4-1 ahead in the game. Mason Mount gave Chelsea a sight hope of coming back in the game as he scored an easy tap-in in the 71st minute of the game to make the scoreline 4-2.Callum Robinson got his second goal of the match as he scored in the 89th minute to give the Baggies a massive 5-2 victory over the Blues at full-time.
After West Brom Beat Chelsea 5-2, This Is How The EPL Table Looks Like.
Both sides remained in their respective position on the EPL table.
With Chelsea performance today, do you think they can maintain their position in the EPL top four this season? Kindly drop your comment below. Thanks for reading.
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