The Blues extended their winning run to two matches after they got a comfortable 3 - 1 win over Leicester City in a crunch encounter between both clubs.
The English Premier League giants Chelsea were dominant all through the match as they emerged victorious in today’s league encounter.
Goals from Ben Chilwell, Kai Havertz and Mateo Kovacic secured the much-needed victory for Chelsea while Patson Daka scored a consolation goal for Leicester City.
The West London based club Chelsea raised into an early lead in the early stages of the game but they conceded an equalizer from their opponent before halftime.
In the second half, The Blues showed their total dominance as they added two more goals to their goal tally.
The home side Leicester City recorded 56% ball possession, 7 shots on target, 17 shots and 496 passes while Chelsea recorded 396 passes, 6 shots on target, 6 shots off target and 44% ball possession.
The German and Chelsea striker Kai Havertz was named man of the match for his superb display in today’s league encounter.
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