Thomas Tuchel was able to Defeat Former chelsea manager Carlo ancelloti in what could be termed as a tactical tussel between the two managers with Tuchel eventually having the upper hand in the Encounter.
The game ended 2-0 with goals from Ben Godfrey (OG) and Jorginho from a penalty, with a Kai Havertz Disallowed goal that was termed handball by VAR
Tuchel played a compact game with his players dropping deep to defend together and throwing in a long ball to Timo Werner at the end of Everton Defense although Timo was unable to get a goal he still caused panic for Everton as they struggled to keep him in check.
Mendy was also superb to keeping the goal margin low as he pulled off a superb save to deny Dominic Calvert lewin a chance to score for Everton.
Tuchel trusting Callum Hudson odoi wide was also important to giving chelsea the win as he combined well with Kai Havertz.
Dermot Gallagher agrees that Kai Havertz’ goal being disallowed for handball was the right decision he said;
Looking at the goal from one direction you’ll agree it was Disallowed correctly, looking at the goal differently you’ll want to not want the goal Disallowed.