Timo Werner's first goal of this season English premier league was cancelled through a controversial decision by the Video Assistant Referee and the Center Referee.
It was an entertaining first half performance between the two teams but Chelsea dominated the game with brilliant performance in the middle of the field.
Trevoh Chalobah opened the goal scoring in the 9th minutes of the game after converting a flick from Loftus-cheek.
Chelsea took control of the game immediately after the goal but could not seal the victory in the first half.
The Video Assistant Referee's decision to cancel Timo Werner's goal in the 41 minutes of the game gave generated several reactions from the fans and the pundits.
Werner's goal was cancelled after the VAR called the Referee to review an incident that happened between Azpilicueta and Southampton defender in the goal build up.
According to the analysis of the review, Azpilicueta was did not foul the player but the VAR decision was against Chelsea.
The center should have stop the play immediately the incident happened instead of disallowing the goal after 20 seconds Chelsea scored the goal.
Ward Prawse goal through the Penalty spot in the 61 minutes of the game gave Southampton the equalizing goal.
Timo Werner gave Chelsea the lead in the 84th minutes of the game before Ben Chilwel sealed the victory. Chelsea moved to the number one spot on the league table after overtaking Manchester United.
The blues will be hoping to continue their impressive performance in their next game in other to win this season English premier league.
Liverpool will be playing against Manchester City on Sunday and if Jurgen Klopp's team defeat City, that means they will overtake Chelsea on the league table.
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