FT: Leicester City 1-3 Chelsea, Kai Havertz STRIKES! (VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS)

Chelsea claimed an amazing 1-2 victory away from home against Leicester City in the Premier League, Breaking Sport News reports.

Ben Chilwell and Kai Havertz were both on target for the Blues who were able to dismantle their opponent to go three games winning run.

First Half Report 

The first half of the match was a battle ground which saw a lot happening for the visitors and home side who were unlucky in the game.

Leicester City were stunned by Ben Chilwell strike in the 11th minutes of the game after a cross from Koulibaly which made the scoreline 0-1 in favor of the Blues.

Chelsea pressed well going forward in the match which saw Joao Felix going close to making something happen but it didn’t work out for him.

Felix also scored in the 34th minutes of the game but his goal was called back by VAR who had to call it offside with the scoreline going back 0-1.

The Foxes hit the woodwork at a point in time before Patson Daka scored in the 39th minute from a powerful strike which was able to make it 1-1.

A late goal in the first half from Kai Havertz ensured Chelsea went inside for the break with a 1-2 lead against Leicester City who wasn’t too bad in the 45 minutes.

Second Half Report 

The second half was a good one which started well with both teams pushing to make something happen very early in the game.

Chelsea dominated play as Mudryk scored in the game only for VAR once again to come in played and removed the goal.

Leicester City did well enough but they couldn’t stop Mateo Kovacic who was able to make the scoreline 1-3 in the 78th minute which was a beauty.

Wout Faes was shown a later red card in the match which saw his side being reduced to 10 men as they carried on

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The match carried on with a lot more to play between them but Chelsea was able to secure a 1-3 victory against Leicester City who couldnt make anything happen.

Watch Highlights Below:

Mudryk GOAL

4th GOAL

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