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Chelsea becomes 1st team to net 3 goals in first 10 minutes of second half in EPL game since 2015



Chelsea football club of England under the tutelage of German tactician Thomas Tuchel were in action today in their 26th league game of the season against Sean Dyche’s Burnley team at the Turf Moor.

The Blues in the game were very remarkable with top notch delivery away from home as they sealed the whole maximum three points with grand style.

Chelsea were the dominant side of the day as they outshined the host despite proving to be a very difficult side in the first half of the game where they forced the Blues to a goalless draw going into the half time break.

The current World Champions were able to be in full control of the game in the second half after playing out an intensed goalless first half as they opened the scoring sheet in the 47th minute with a goal from Reece James to make it one nil.

German forward, Kai Havertz who is now the top goalscorer for Chelsea since the reign of Thomas Tuchel was able to get on the score sheet as he scored two straight goals in the 53rd and 55th minute respectively to make it three goals to nil.

Christian Pulisic in the 69th minute was able extend the lead for the visitor courtesy of an assist from N’Golo Kante to make it four goals to nil .

After every other attempts from both sides to add more to the tally of the game, all were not successful as it ended four massive goals to nil at full time.

Chelsea with the result of the game are now the first team to score three goals in the first 10 minutes of the second half in a Premier League game since Manchester City against Newcastle United in October 2015.

Chelsea with the win now currently sit at the 3rd spot on the table with 53 points in 26 games played and as such be hoping to keep the winning streaks going in their next fixture, so as to continue their pursuit in the competition

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