Chelsea 2-0 win over Everton at home

Chelsea 2-0 win over Everton at home
The process of Pedro Rodriguez's goal against Everton in Chelsea's match in the Premier League continued week 29 at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea temporarily won 2-0 over Everton in the first round of the Week 29 Premier League match at Stamford Bridge Stadium.

Chelsea face Everton at Stamford Bridge Stadium in the 29th week of the English Premier League 2019-2020, Sunday (03/08/2020).

Chelsea as the host controlled the game with control of the ball as much as 59 percent in the first round.

In terms of shots, Chelsea were able to release 6 shots with 5 shots on target while Everton fired 1 shot without a single shot on target.

Chelsea immediately took the initiative to attack after the first round whistle blown by the referee.

The game has been running for eight minutes. Mason Mount almost opened the scoring for Chelsea through his volley from inside the box after receiving a breakthrough from Willian.

Alertness from Jordan Pickford was able to thwart Mount's golden opportunity in front of goal.

Tempo was quickly demonstrated by Chelsea in building an attack to win a goal in the early minutes of the match.

Chelsea finally able to open the scoring in the 14th minute through horizontal kick Mount after collaborating with Pedro in the corner of the penalty box.

The Englishman had time to control the ball with his left foot before firing through his right foot into the lower right corner of the goalkeeper Jordan Pickford. Chelsea lead 1-0.

Chelsea 2-0 win over Everton at home

Chelsea almost doubled their lead in the 18th minute if Willian's shot from close range was not ignored by Pickford.

Chelsea's second goal was finally created in the 22nd minute thanks to Pedro Rodriguez who was able to complete a perfect breakthrough from Ross Barkley.

Pedro who escaped the offside trap immediately pushed into the box and directed the shot to the left side of the Pickford goalkeeper even though he had tried to be pursued by Michael Keane and Djibril Sidibe. Chelsea are 2-0 up.

Everton tried to return to two goals down through action from Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the 26th minute, but his left foot kick deviated from the target even though the host's goal was empty.

Fast play and the pressure that continues to be launched by Chelsea makes Everton more defensive play in the last 10 minutes of the first half.

Chelsea had the opportunity to add a goal, this time through Olivier Giroud's right foot kick in the 35th minute.

His weak strike was still able to be caught well by Pickford.

Discipline of the back row of the host makes it difficult for Richarlison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin to gain momentum and space to fire on goal.

The last two minutes, the visitors tried to steal a goal in pursuit of a two-goal deficit, but the efforts of Bernard and Richarlison have not produced results.

Until the end of the first half sounded, Chelsea temporarily won 2-0 over Everton.

Chelsea 2-0 Everton (Mason Mount 14 ', Pedro 22')

Next shows the lineup of Chelsea and Everton players:

Chelsea (4-3-3): 1-Kepa Arrizabalaga; 28-Cesar Azpilicueta, 2-Antonio uediger, 15-Kurt Zouma, 3-Marcos Alonso; 8-Ross Barkley, 47-Billy Gilmour, 19-Mason Mount; 11-Pedro, 18-Olivier Giroud, 10-Willian

Coach: Frank Lampard

Everton (4-4-2): 1-Jordan Pickford; 19-Djibril Sidibe, 5-Michael Keane, 2-Mason Holgate, 12-Lucas Digne; 20-Bernard, 21-Andre Gomes, 26-Tom Davies, 10-Gylfi Sigurdsson; 7-Richarlison, 9-Dominic Calvert-Lewin

Coach: Carlo Ancelotti


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