Chelsea were out of control at Goodison Park as they devastatingly, pulverised and pounded hapless Everton 3-0. Yet, Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs cut the gap back to four points with an exciting 2-0 win over Arsenal.
Everton man-marked Eden Hazard and put Diego Costa into a pressure chamber, rendering him a bundle of repressed disappointment, so Pedro ventured forward to settle the problem,
Destroying a third attacking power demonstrated excessively for Everton, as there is just so much watchfulness 11 men can fulfil. A 29-year-old who has won 20 noteworthy honours with Barcelona is a significant individual to call upon.
The first half finished goallessly and coming in for the second 45 minutes if the game, the Blues indicated more intent to find the net as they increased their play and ceaselessly pushed for the opener which in the end came with Pedro breaking the deadlock in the 66th minute.
Before Gary Cahill multiplied the Blues lead after a poor goalkeeping error from Sketelenburg. Four minutes from time, Willian puts the icing on the cake by making 2-0 for Conte’s dedicated side in the 86th minute. That was all the rampaging Chelsea needed to give their title interest an extremely solid push, as they were quite excessively solid for Everton to deal with, and were radiantly clinical in front of goal.