Everton were not convincing as they could not pressure the resilient Chelsea's defence from the beginning of the match till the end.
Chelsea's revenge on Everton came with a sweet style as the game was very much interesting with good ball possession.
Kai Havertz started his second premier league match under Thomas Tuchel after a long Injury and it was a great game for the German international who was instrumental all through the game.
Chelsea broke the deadlock in the first half of the game after Kai Havertz ball was deflected into the net to give by Ben Godfrey.
Chelsea missed couple of chances that could have sealed the victory right form the first half but Timo Werner was wasteful in front of goal.
The second half of the game started with a bright note as the blues dominated the game and Kai Havertz goal was cancelled due to offside.
Good run from Kai Havertz in Everton box resulted to the penalty as Everton's goal keeper Pickford brought down the Kai Havertz in which Jorginho converted the penalty brilliantly to make it 2:0.
A good game from the blues once again to maintain the top four spot and also keep a three points gap between them and Leicester City.
Chelsea's eight games shows that Thomas Tuchel can have an easy run in league table and could easily overtake Manchester United on the second position.
With an away match to Leeds United, the blues will be expected to have an easy run against them on Saturday in other to keep intact with the likes of Leicester City and Manchester United in the fight for the top four spot.
The second leg of the UEFA Champions League will come right away on Tuesday night at Stanford Bridge before Welcoming Sheffield United in the FA cup quarter final.
The Blues will now play against the likes of Westbromwich Albion, Crystal Palace, Brighton Albion and West Ham United which means they could overtake Manchester United on the league if they win all the matches.
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