England youngster Mason Mount was on target for Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea football club of England on Saturday afternoon in the early kickoff of the English Premier League, as the Blues fought back to play a 1-1 draw against Ralph Hasenhuettl led Southampton football club at Saint Mary's Stadium in the week 25th of the English Premier League.
The England international retained his spot in the Blues starting eleven again, and he was able to impress, as he scored a fine penalty kick to rescued a point for the Blues, as they continued their unbeaten run under Thomas Tuchel.
Mason Mount started in Chelsea's attacking midfield alongside Timo Werner, and the Englishman was able to impress.
Liverpool loan star Takumi Minamino opened scoring for the home team in the 33rd minutes, after receiving an assist from Nathan Redmond to end the first half 1-0.
Mason Mount equalized for the away team in the 54th minutes via a penalty kick, after he was fouled inside the box 18 by Danny Ings, as the match ended in a 1-1 draw.
With Mason Mount's 54th minutes penalty, it means he has becomes the 25th Chelsea player to do this;
"Mason Mount was the 25th different player to score a penalty for Chelsea in the Premier League, with the Blues now having more penalty scorers than any other team in the competition's history."
Mason Mount and his teammates were exceptional for Thomas Tuchel's team throughout the duration of the game, and all their efforts to get the victory were not successful, as the match ended in no victor, no vanquished.
The draw against Ralph Hasenhuettl led Southampton FC has now taken Chelsea FC to the 4th spot in the English Premier League table with 43 points from 25 matches played.
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