‘Mason Mount ’14, Rodriguez Pedro ’21, Willian ’51 and Olivier Giroud ’54 goals gave chelsea a resounding 4:0 victory over Everton at Stamford Bridge.
This was one of the biggest home win of the season for Chelsea after crushing Everton with a brilliant attacking display. For Everton, it was the worst display ever since December, as they defended woefully and barely created anything on a ground where they have not won in 25 visits. Their hopes of a late push for European football are all but over. Everton were ponderous on the ball, slow to press and vulnerable whenever Chelsea, who were full of confidence after Tuesday’s victory over Liverpool in the FA Cup, entered the final third.
Frank Lampard ‘s statics worked to victory over his former boss Ancelotti. though the frustration for Ancelotti was that he had spotted the danger developing as Mount, Pedro and Marcos Alonso worked to outnumber Sidibé during the early stages. At one point the Italian could be seen with his arms outstretched in his technical area, berating his players as a crossfield pass found Pedro in acres of space on the left wing, but the hole was too big to repair.
Everton Coach was worried because his player show no sign of any energy or confidence and no reaction to the lost.
Despite the fact that N’Golo Kanté, Mateo Kovacic and Jorginho were absence from the midfield, Chelsea were too slick in every area of the pitch and it makes no difference; Davies and André Gomes chased shadows throughout.