Vote for your man of the match yesterday against villa Endward Mendy Romelu lukaku Mateo kovaic thago silva

1. Immense Mendy weathers Villa storm:
Chelsea led 1-0 through Lukaku when Villa
seized control of the game for a solid 15-20
minutes. The Blues needed their shot stopper
to deliver and Mendy made some strong plays
including a tremendous, highlight-reel save
worthy of the European champion. And he was
well-positioned to catch a Ezri Konsa header
off a corner kick that could’ve drastically
altered the trajectory of the final 17-18
2. Lukaku’s completes vision: Romelu Lukaku
first signed at Stamford Bridge at the age of
18, and he would’ve never imagined that his
visions of scoring goals for Chelsea at
Stamford Bridge would take 3,687 days. That’s
10 years, one month, and three days for one of
the best goal scorers in Europe, who has 67
goals for Belgium, 17 for West Brom, 64 for
Inter Milan, 42 for Manchester United, 87 for
Everton, and 41 for Anderlecht. Now he has
two in Chelsea blue, this one at their hallowed
3. Watkins, Traore, Bailey flash potential: On
another day, more relevant perhaps against
another goalkeeper, Villa would’ve gotten a
goal or three from Stamford Bridge. John
McGinn was very good and the Villans were
very good producing set piece danger. Ollie
Watkins, Bertrand Traore, and Leon Bailey
showed the different dimensions they can bring
to an attack and we all know what Danny Ings
can do even if he wasn’t at his best on
Saturday. The Villans were one bit of finishing
and a Tyrone Mings error from 1-1 at worst.
Man of the Match: Mateo Kovacic
Scored and starred in the middle of the park
despite a middling-at-best debut from partner
Saul Niguez. Assisted Lukaku’s goal and
showed a terrific range of passing in the win.
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Sep 11, 2021, 2:25 PM EDT
Chelsea vs Aston Villa
score: Lukaku,
Kovacic the difference
By Nicholas Mendola
Brentford vs Brighton score: Seagulls
controlling their fate this season
Southampton vs West Ham score: Saints
and Hammers draw
Leicester City vs Manchester City score:
Silva the hero
For the first time in his career – Romelu
Lukaku SCORES at Stamford Bridge!
— NBC Sports Soccer
(@NBCSportsSoccer) Septembe

Mateo Kovacic scored a goal and assisted
Romelu Lukaku’s first Chelsea goal at Stamford
Bridge as the Blues beat Aston Villa 3-0 on
Lukaku scored another in stoppage time after
Cesar Azpilicueta’s nutmeg of a very poor
Tyrone Mings to complete the score line.
Chelsea joins Manchester United on a Premier
League-best 10 points through four matches.
Liverpool and Everton could join them with
wins on Sunday.
Villa wasn’t poor by any means but an early
Lukaku finish and later Tyrone Mings howler of
a giveaway means they’ve lost twice to go with
a win and a draw.

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