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Chelsea Ran Riot On Everton



Chelsea were unstoppable this evening as Antonio Conte’s led team ran riot on woeful Everton at Stamford Bridge,the blues stay top of the Premier League pending the results of tomorrow games.

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Everton’s performance was woeful as the REAL BLUES scored three times before half-time.Chelsea fine displays of pass and performance was a beauty for the fans, the visitors haven’t recorded a win at Stamford Bridge since 1994.

Eden Hazard opened the scoring with a beautiful solo goal.

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While Marcos Alonso unsettled the first visitors and made it 2-0 just couple of minutes shy from Hazard’s opener before the 20th minute.

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Everton were not at their best as Ronado Koeman’s team stumbled woefully.

Diego Costa made it 3-0 with a volley from a corner before half-time.

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Hazard paced forward down the right touchline and flicked the ball to Pedro, who paved the pass back to him with a sublime back-heel. The Belgian moved in swiftly with a little body display,before accurately driving the ball past Stekelenburg with his left foot.

It was Hazard’s effort that set up Pedro’s tap-in to make it 5 nil.

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Hazard talks about Chelsea beautiful football

“We scored five beautiful goals. We could have scored more,” Hazard told BT Sport.

“I’m enjoying my football. I just said last week after the game against Southampton that I’m enjoying my football.

“We played well and we created a lot of chances. We scored goals. We are enjoying our football at the moment.”

“It’s not bad. We are in a good place,” he said.

“We want to stay there until the end. We will fight until the end to be there.”

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Muyiwa is an ardent follower of everything football. Fascinated by the beauty of the game, he takes pleasure in penning down his opinion about a sport that has more lovers than haters. PS: He loves Barcelona for making football look easier than it actually is.

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