Kai Havertz – Kurt Zuma – Tammy Abraham – Chelsea
A sixth consecutive victory for the Blues over the Eagles in the London Derby as the last Crystal Palace win goes back to October 2017.
Ben Chilwell, who plays his first match with the Blues in the Premier League, scored and made, becoming the third player to score and make in his debut match with the team after Deco in 2008 and Alvaro Morata in 2017 for Chelsea.
While the Italian Jorginho scored two goals from the penalty kick, to raise his goal tally from the penalty mark to 10 goals from 11 attempts.
Winning lifted Chelseas balance to 7 points, raising it to fourth place, temporarily two points behind the top, while Al-Nusour stopped at 6 points.
Ben Chilwell and Edward Mindy made their Premier League blues debut, while Frank Lampard renewed confidence in Thiago Silva despite his mistake in the last game.
The attack was led by the English Blues Tammy Abraham, and his successors were Timo Werner, Kai Havertz and his compatriot Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Description of the match
Chelsea dominated the first half completely, but without real danger at the Crystal Palace goal.
The most important threat in the first half was through an easy shot from Timo Werner in the hands of goalkeeper Guaita.
While Edward Mindy did not hit any ball in the first half completely.
The second half witnessed a turnaround, a cross from the right side passing higher than everyone else and an attempt from defense to disperse, to pay Ben Chilwell directly into the net, announcing the first goal in the 50th minute.
In the 66th minute, Chilwell sent a ball into the penalty area, from a free kick, and Frenchman Kurt Zuma raised it and headed the ball directly.
What a way to introduce himself to fans of the Blues 💙✨
Chewell scores in his debut for Chelsea in the Premier League ⚽🔵 pic.twitter.com/jbDUl37zOL
— FilGoal (From 🏠) (@FilGoal) October 3, 2020
The 78th minute, Tami Abraham got a penalty kick, Jorginho picked it up and caught the net.
After 3 minutes, Jorginho returned to implement another penalty kick after Frenchman Mamadou Sakho blocked German Kai Havertz, to add the Italian to the fourth goal in the match.
His third goal this season, all from penalties, given that he missed a match against Liverpool in the second round.