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Chelsea Climb to 6th with the Triumph

2019-09-30 03:15

Chelsea "required the success" over Brighton, said supervisor Frank Lampard after his first home triumph as a Premier League chief. 

The Blues deservedly won to make it nine successes out of nine class games against Brighton. 
They drove at Stamford Bridge when Jorginho scored a punishment after Adam Webster fouled Mason Mount. 
Albion, who have not won in the association since the opening day, quickly revitalized and Dan Burn's header hit the crossbar. 
Be that as it may, Willian fixed the triumph with a diverted strike from Callum Hudson-Odoi's pass. 

Chelsea climb to 6th in the Premier League while Brighton tumble to sixteenth. 
"We haven't had an hour and a half game where we've controlled it enough [before now]," Lampard disclosed to BBC Sport. "The main frustration is we didn't have more objectives. We got a spotless sheet too. It is useful for the certainty of everybody. 
"We had a great deal of shots in the primary half, yet had frail completing and a touch of misfortune. You do begin to ponder yet you need to stay certain it will come and it did." 

Chelsea take care of business 
The Blues, with a young group following an exchange boycott, have been simple on the eye this season yet have dropped focuses consistently. 
There had been 25 objectives in their opening six class games, yet more against than for - and they had not succeeded at home in three top-flight matches. 
Lampard had the most noticeably awful record of any Blues supervisor this thousand years after nine games in all rivalries, with no perfect sheets. 
During the principal half, it looked as though they would have been baffled with none of their 17 shots going in. Mount went nearest when his free-kick from the left wing avoided everybody and hit the post, while Pedro and Tammy Abraham oversaw five shots each - both had three of them on objective without finding the net. 
In any case, the Blues continued onward and got their reward when Webster fouled Mount, with Jorginho scoring his second objective of the period from the spot. 
They overwhelmed for the whole game, bar a brief period, and Willian impacted home his first Premier League objective since January, but with the assistance of an avoidance. 
English youths Abraham - the alliance's second top scorer with seven objectives - Mount and Fikayo Tomori have scored 11 of Chelsea's 14 Premier League objectives, and Lampard was intrigued again regardless of none of them figuring out how to score. 
Hudson-Odoi went ahead for his first Premier League round of the period in the wake of recouping from an Achilles issue. 
"It is incredible for the club and bound to happen," Lampard said. "The work is done in the foundation. The attitude is extraordinary. They need to play for this club. 
"Right now they are gaining it and setting a level for other people. I have total trust in the chaps. They are there on legitimacy. Whatever game, they accept it and long may it proceed." 

Brighton's battles proceed 
Pleasant football yet no closure item is the tale of Brighton's season under Graham Potter. This was never a game they were probably going to win. 
The Seagulls have now just taken one point from 14 Premier League games against the standard top-six sides. What's more, their lone success over Chelsea came in their first gathering, a 1933 FA Cup tie. 
After the game Potter, whose group have scored just two class objectives since the opening day and are one point over the assignment zone, transparently yielded "the better group won". 
He included "we rode our karma in the principal half", with goalkeeper Mat Ryan making four of his eight spares, including a splendid instinctual stop to keep out Ross Barkley's short proximity exertion. 
Brighton, who continued attempting to play from the back, were planners of their own ruin for the opener. Webster took an overwhelming touch, or maybe played a powerless backpass, rather than simply clearing, and he fouled Mount as he attempted to win the ball back. 
They propped that way of thinking up and Dale Stephens allowed Tammy Abraham to score with a trashy backpass, yet Ryan denied him. 
High school striker Aaron Connolly's presentation started a decent 10 minutes or so for Brighton, with Burn taking off the crossbar from Pascal Gross' corner. 
Be that as it may, Willian's objective wrapped the game up - and Stephens' powerless 25-yard shot in damage time was Albion's just exertion on objective. 
"We gave an objective away efficiently and after that developed into the game however then gave an objective that executed the game," said Potter. "We are baffled yet credit to the resistance. Chelsea were great and we couldn't continue any weight. 
"There are consistently things you can improve. You must be clinical when the minutes come. Be that as it may, the players gave everything and Chelsea were simply better today. 
"We have had a settled method for playing. Staff need to change in the game if things are not working. The young men have been certain to what we need to do." 

Man of the match - Willian (Chelsea) 

Match details - one win in 16 for Brighton 
It was Chelsea's first perfect sheet in quite a while since a goalless draw with Leicester on the last day last season. 
This was the 34th Premier League game that Brighton have neglected to score in since joining the division in 2017-18, more than any side right now playing in the challenge.
Brighton have won only one of their previous 16 Premier League matches (D6 L9), winning none of their previous six games in the class (D3 L3) since beating Watford 3-0 on the opening day. 
Jorginho has scored the same number of objectives in nine appearances for Chelsea this season (two) as he did in 54 games last season - three of those four objectives have been punishments. 
Willian scored his first objective in 17 Premier League appearances for Chelsea since he last found the net against Newcastle in January - he had attempted 32 shots from that point forward. 
Chelsea endeavored 17 shots in the principal a large portion of, their most noteworthy aggregate in the opening 45 minutes of a Premier League game since August 2013 against Hull (18), and most elevated without scoring since November 2010 against Birmingham (18). 
Pascal Gross' endeavor in the 60th moment was Brighton's previously shot - this is the longest they have needed to hold back to have their first shot of a Premier League installation.
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