Mason Mount alongside Christian Pulisic and Romelu Lukaku scored as Chelsea beat Leeds United 0-3 to cement their top four, KTNBlog reporting.
It was an impressive game for the Blues who had a one-man advantage over their opponent for most of the duration of the game.
The game wasn’t an easy one as the home side didn’t just go easy despite knowing how things were with them on the pitch.
LEEDS UNITED VS CHELSEA MATCH REPORT
A good start for Thomas Tuchel’s side in the encounter which saw them pressing under a few seconds gone.
Mason Mount wasted no time in making the scoreline 0-1 after teaming up with fellow Academy graduate Reece James to score the opener for Chelsea.
Leeds United was unable to respond immediately to that goal which sent them into disarray knowing they are down and facing relegation.
Things got complicated for the home side as Daniel James was sent off in the 24th minute leaving his team to play on with a disadvantage all through.
The game continued without any goal of the sort happening which concluded with the first half ending 0-1 in favor of Chelsea against Leeds United.
The second half of the match was more of the Blues resuming from where they stopped with a goal and a man advantage
Leeds United held on well ensuring nothing went past them in the early stages of the second half with so many openings.
Christian Pulisic scored in the 55th minute which made it 0-2 for the Blues as they continued looking for more goals.
That goal sealed the fate of the home side who were left with nothing more to go after than see off hoping they could make something happen.
It was going fine until Hakim Ziyech set up Romelu Lukaku who was able to finish off neatly increasing the advantage to 0-3 in the 83rd minute.
That was looking so accomplished for Thomas Tuchel who knew his side needed to get the job done knowing they need to get five points to make the top 4.
It all came to an end with Chelsea making it a double over Leeds United in a match which ended with a 0-3 result and all three points to the away team.