Chelsea and a wild tackle sink Leeds

Chelsea and a wild tackle sink Leeds

Thomas Tuchel made a clean slate on Elland Road, and for a few hours, Chelsea forgot the institutional problems, the departures of important players and even the absence of Elizabeth II at the Queen’s Speech. The Premier League bronze medal is still up for grabs and the Blues don’t want to lose it, so they won 3-0 at Leeds United, which has not escaped the relegation places (18th), with two games remaining in the championship.

Three more points for Chelsea, which reaches 70 and leaves Arsenal with four less, although Mikel Arteta’s men will be able to cut the distance if they beat Tottenham tomorrow (20:45). Awaiting the North London derby, Mount started the match against the Whites in the best way he knows how. Reece James skilfully moved down his flank and passed the ball to Mason Mount, who made it 0-1 after four minutes of play.

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From the balcony of the area, Mount hit the ball with the inside and sent it to the squad. His exquisite goal made him the player who has participated in the most goals this season at Chelsea, with 20 contributions (a record only reached by the missed Eden Hazard), and unhinged Leeds, who in the 24th minute were left with a player down after a wild tackle by Daniel James on Mateo Kovacic.

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James was given a red card and Kovacic had to be substituted. An action that ended up sinking a Leeds frightened by the already recovered Romelu Lukaku, who had a goal disallowed half an hour into the game. Ten minutes later he would leave a great ball on his back that Reece James would outline and Pulisic would finish in an advanced position. The 0-2 flew over Meslier’s goal and ended up arriving in the 54th minute.

Pulisic received a ball in the front after a drop heel by Mount and settled it for his left leg, with which he finished low to make the second of the blues. There were more than 30 minutes to go and there would still be time for Lukaku’s insistence to pay off: he plucked his rivals like daisies and hammered in the 82nd minute to raise the final score to 0-3. A triumph with which Chelsea consolidates third place in the Premier.


Loftus-Cheek (29′, Kovacic), Junior Firpo (36′, Jack Harrison), Klich (58′, Lewis Bat), Azpilicueta (77′, Reece James), Hakim Zyech (77′, Christian Pulisic), Joe Gelhardt (77′, Rafael)


0-1, 3′: Mason Mount0-2, 54′: Christian Pulisic0-3, 82′: Lukaku


Referee: Anthony Taylor
VAR Referee: Stuart Attwell
Daniel James (23′, Red) Calvin Phillips (42′, Yellow

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