Chelsea thrashed Norwich on Saturday 7-0 in the EPL with English Midfielder, Mason Mount bagging an hattrick and ensuring that Thomas Tuchel's men solidate their position as the number one team in the EPL.
It was Chelsea's biggest win in the EPL since a 6-0 thrashing of Arsenal in 2014. With Saturday's win, Chelsea are undoubted contenders for the EPL title and today's hattrick hero, Mason Mount will be key to their EPL title charge.
The 22 year old's three goals on saturday made him Chelsea's highest goalscoring Player under Thomas Tuchel. Mount was named Chelsea's Player of the season last campaign and this only proves why he will be very key to help Chelsea go all the way to the EPL title this season.
Mason Mount's goalscoring, intensity and style of Play has been key to Chelsea's recent good form and win record. If he continues in this stead, then Thomas Tuchel's men are on a good path to emerge 2021/2022 EPL champions.
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