Everton vs. Chelsea result, highlights & analysis as Jorginho penalty wins points for Tuchel

Jorginho’s punishment profound into first-half stoppage time gave Chelsea a hard-battled 1-0 success at Everton on the Premier League’s initial end of the week.

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Thomas Tuchel’s side piled up 13 corners during the initial time frame yet couldn’t track down a way through before Abdoulaye Doucoure cumbersomely fouled Ben Chilwell.

Jordan Pickford saved from Jorginho in the Euro 2020 last shoot-out, yet the Italy midfielder sent the England goalkeeper the incorrect way on this event.

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The significant stretch of extra time was essential after Everton safeguard Ben Godfrey endured what resembled a serious injury in a crash with Pickford and Kai Havertz in the tenth moment.

Forthcoming Lampard’s side combat gamely and Anthony Gordon and Demarai Gray offered a persevering danger on the break, however they couldn’t find their far beyond a Chelsea backline supported by debutant Kalidou Koulibaly.

Everton vs. Chelsea final score

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Goals:

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CHE — JORGINHO (pen)  — 45th min+9

Another nearby season marking thought he had an objective on his cutthroat bow for the Blues however Raheem Sterling was offside when Pickford spilt N’Golo Kante’s 43rd-minute shot.

It was passed on to a more recognizable wellspring of Chelsea objectives to track down the leap forward. In spite of some high-profile misses, Jorginho has now scored 18 Premier League punishments. That is out of a general count of 20, providing him with the most noteworthy extent of punishment objectives (90%) of any player with in excess of 10 objectives in the opposition’s set of experiences.

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Only one objective would have done pleasantly for Everton and they didn’t draw nearer than when Edouard Mendy was at full stretch to tip a header from noteworthy debutant James Tarkowski over his crossbar in the 24th moment.

Mendy likewise answered pointedly when a corner dropped to Doucoure after half-time, meaning the midfielder couldn’t make up for his mistake when Chilwell dashed past him to gather a charming Koulibaly pass.

The absence of goalmouth activity was maybe inescapable for two groups lacking going after and inventive central focuses, while seeing Yerry Mina limping off halfway through the final part likewise leaves Lampard with worries at the opposite finish of the field for what vows to be an extreme season ahead.

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