Chelsea 4-0 Everton: Five things you should know as Blues record first win in five league games over Toffees


Frank Lampard’s Chelsea recorded their first win over Everton in five league games as the blues annihilated Carlo Ancelloti’s Everton 4-0 at Stamford Bridge. The Blues came into the game on the back of an impressive 2-0 nil win over Liverpool in the FA Cup in midweek as they keep their top-four dreams alive.

The likes of Mason Mount, William Borges da Silva, Pedro Rodriguez, and Olivier Giroud were all on target as Frank Lampard’s side got themselves in high spirit ahead of their Champions League round of sixteen-second leg against Bayer Munich.

Here are some interesting starts you should know;

  • Willian has been directly involved in 10 goals in the Premier League this season (five goals and five assists); one more than he managed in the whole of last season in the competition.
  • There were 20 passes in the build-up to Chelsea’s first goal against Everton, scored by Mason Mount – the second-longest passing sequence leading to a Chelsea goal in the Premier League this season.

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  • Mason Mount’s opener was the 21st goal scored by an Englishman for Chelsea in the Premier League this season – only Leicester (31) and Southampton (24) have had more goals scored by English players in the competition this season.
  • Billy Gilmour is the first Scottish outfield player to start a Premier League match for Chelsea since Steve Clarke in May 1998, with that match taking place over three years before Gilmour was born.
  • Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti suffered his joint-heaviest league defeat as a manager, with this equalling a 0-4 defeat against Atlético Madrid as Real Madrid manager in February 2015.

Source; @Optajoe


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