Chelsea recorded a 2-0 success over Newcastle United on Saturday to stretch out their unbeaten streak to seven games. An early own objective from Federico Fernandez and another objective in the second half from Tammy Abraham put a gleam on what was a troublesome win for Chelsea.Newcastle goalkeeper Karl Darlow was constrained into a few decent spares in the initial minutes yet was outperformed by his own man when Mason Mount terminated a ball into the container and Fernandez packaged it in under tension from Ben Chilwell on 10 minutes.
Chelsea kept on ruling however, regardless of chances for Abraham and Timo Werner, the sides went into the break with Newcastle’s own objective as the main difference.Werner got an opportunity to make it 2-0 on 53 minutes when he took the ball from Fabian Schar. With only Darlow to beat he decided to cross the ball in to Hakim Ziyech which gave Ciaran Clark enough space to clear the ball.
The Germany global was pivotal, be that as it may, to Chelsea multiplying their lead on 65 minutes when he dispatched a speedy counter assault down the left prior to slicing the ball inside to Abraham who opened it home. Werner’s exciting day didn’t end there as he had an objective denied for offside on 75 minutes.
“I’m satisfied. It’s an intense match to come here after the global break, the players have all been away,” Chelsea mentor Frank Lampard said after the game. “We overwhelmed the game, we might have scored more objectives. In any case, the fellows managed it well overall. We lost here a year ago so it’s acceptable movement to come here and get the correct outcome.”