Half time: Chelsea 2-1 Southampton
Timo Werner put Chelsea in first and second places Premier League Goals, giving his team a comfortable progression. They were in full control, and the Southampton goose looked really good and equipped, but a late goal by Danny Achievement gave them a lot of hope before the second half.
45 + 1 minute: Timo Werner crossed towards the post near the left flank, but Southampton hit it. A corner for Chelsea moments before the break. Westergaard clears Chilwell delivery.
Goal! Chelsea 2–1 Southampton (Ings 43)
Southampton withdraws the difference! Kai Havertz lost the ball in the middle of his team’s court and was played behind a Chelsea pass until Danny Ings ran. Tricks Kepa with a superb touch and hits the dangerous goal.
38 minutes: Kai Havertz turns Yannick Westergaard and plays the ball to Werner, who shoots high and wide from a narrow angle rather than returning the ball to his teammate, who was in a much better position and screaming for the return pass. Break for Southampton; Havertz told Werner, in very strong terms, that he was unhappy with his selfishness.
36 minutes: Kyle Walker-Peters tries to play the ball down the right towards Che Adams, who is being discharged from the ball near the touchline.
35 minutes: Chelsea plays very exhilarating football with one touch. They are looking a lot outdone than Southampton, who seems to be a little overwhelmed by their hosts.
31 minutes: Chelsea Corner. Ben Chilwell’s ward is snatched from the air by Alex McCarthy, who tries to send Che Adams on his way with a swift elimination. Adams is unable to control the ball.
Goal! Chelsea 2-0 Southampton (Werner 29)
Werner scored his second goal! Jorginho plays a superb long pass from the rear, trying to clear Werner into the empty ground between the Southampton defense and their goal. The German defeats Bidenarik and beats him in a foot race, lifts the rebound ball over Alex McCarthy and heads to the empty goal from a few meters away. Cool things, not least from Jorginho, whose long, dirty ball was amazing.
26 minutes: There is a stampede near the goal in the Southampton penalty area as Kyle Walker Peters does a good job of clearing the ball with close interventions on Timo Werner and Mason Mount and in quick succession after a good work from Christian Pulisic.
23 minutes: A quarter of the way in the match and Chelsea deserve a lead. Southampton, disguised as Peru in white shirts with red sashes, has struggled to make an impression in the match so far.
20 minutes: Southampton won a free kick near the corner flag and James Ward Prause sends the ball towards the far post. Kurt Zuma scanned with a header.
17 minutes: With a swift pass coming his way, Timo Werner makes Jan Bednaric deceive, who was watching him tightly. Werner lets the ball pass in front of him, spins around the defender and gives him an adorable doll. He runs towards the left side of the Southampton penalty box, cuts inwards along the front of it, and dances over some challenges before scoring with a low diagonal shot.
Goal! Chelsea 1-0 Southampton (Werner 15)
Lead Chelsea! Wonderful from Werner, who quickly overcame disappointment to score his debut Premier League Aim with good individual effort.
14 minutes: Timo Werner believes he put Chelsea ahead after he clinched a Ben Chilwell cross from the left and hit the ball in the net with a header from close range. Offside.
13 minutes: Theo Walcott plays the ball in the Chelsea penalty area from the inner right, but is sent off.
11 minutes: Kurt Zuma concedes a free kick from the technical area of handball in the Chelsea game. The ball was returned to Alex McCarthy in installments from Southampton.
9 minutes: Che Adams is wasting a good chance to sack Southampton up front after Theo Walcott taints him. It makes it easy for Kepa, who is still alive to risk in the Chelsea goal.
7 minutes: Chelsea beat the ball in these early stages, but the McCarthy double save aside, Southampton has yet to be tested. Mason Mount plays Timo Werner behind the Saints defense with a superb pass, but the striker’s shot across the goal is not diverted.
3 minutes: Alex McCarthy makes an impressive double save, dropping to his left to block a shot from Ben Chilwell, then quickly jumping to his feet to save the follow-up from Kay Havertz. Excellent goalkeeper, even though Havertz’s shot was straight in his direction.
Chelsea go against Southampton …
1 minute: Play begins at Stamford Bridge, with Christian Pulisic lining up on the right for Chelsea, with Mason Mount on the left.
Match report: Everton 2-2 Liverpool
Premier League: There were four goals, a red card, and several questionable arbitration decisions in a real round of the Merseyside derby. Andy Hunter saw it all …
Match report: Celtic 0-2 Rangers
Scottish Premier League: Connor Goldson scored both goals as the odd Celtic lost their first FEM Derby of the season. Ewan Murray was in Celtic Park …
Full-time: Celtic 0-2 Rangers
Scottish Premier League: Celtic failed to score a single shot on target in their first Old Firm Derby this season, while Rangers ran out of winners thanks to a brace from Connor Goldson.
Full-time: Everton 2-2 Liverpool
Premier League: It all ended at Goodison Park, with Everton and Liverpool sharing points in the Merseyside derby. Liverpool thought they’d succeeded in it in overtime, only for the late “winner” for Jordan Henderson to be shaken off the offside in the crowd. We will have a report on the game for you shortly.
Everton v Liverpool: Jordan Pickford just got his second biggest luck on an eventful afternoon. Lucky to have missed a red card in the first half and with the score 2-2 in stoppage time in the Merseyside derby, the Everton goalkeeper allowed another easy goal from Jordan Henderson, but the video assistant referee canceled it. Visible infiltration in the build-up. Follow the procedure here …
Those teams: Frank Lampard made four changes to the team that defeated Crystal Palace, bringing in Kepa Arrizabalaga to deputize for the injured Edward Mendy. Andreas Christensen plays for Thiago Silva, while Mason Mount and Christian Pulisic play for Callum Hudson-Odoi and Tammy Abraham.
Theo Walcott starts Southampton after moving from Everton, while Nathan Redmond plays for Musa Genebo.
Chelsea squad v Southampton
Chelsea: Kepa, Azpilicueta, Christensen, Zouma, Chilwell, Kante, Jorginho, Mount, Havertz, Pulisic, Werner
Submarines: Knight, Abraham, Tomori, Jerrod, Hudson-Odoi, Ziyech, James
Southampton: McCarthy, Walker Peters, Westgard, Bednarick, Bertrand, Romeo, Ward Prause, Redmond, Adams, Walcott, Inggs
Submarines: Forster, Stevens, Long, Obafemi, Valerie, Tila, Diallo
Southampton Early Team News
Ralph Hasenhüttl should plan without Stuart Armstrong, who is in self-isolation after testing positive for Covid-19 while serving in Scotland. His absence means Theo Walcott, Southampton’s newcomer from Everton, could make his second appearance for Southampton more than 15 years after his debut.
Moussa Ginibo will also miss Southampton after recovering from a hamstring injury. New player Ibrahima Diallo will likely start sitting on the bench after his move to Sainte Marie from France’s Brest.
Chelsea team early news
Recent signings with Edward Mindy and Thiago Silva have been excluded. Mendy suffered a thigh injury while on international duty with Senegal but Frank Lampard was unwilling to say either Kepa Arrizabalaga or Willy Caballero Sinop about his new goalkeeper. Silva is uninjured, but was dropped from the tour squad after returning late to perfection from his trips to Brazil.
In Lampard’s Best News, Hakim Ziyech has recovered from a knee injury and will be in the Chelsea squad for the first time. Christian Pulisic is available for selection after his return from injury.
English Premier League – Chelsea – Southampton
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The day starts at 3 pm (GMT), but stay tuned for now on team news and make-up, as we will monitor the results and key talking points outside the Premier League.
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