Brighton 1-3 Chelsea Post Match Analysis 🔥 Big-Spending Chelsea Starts with a Win | Kepa’s blunder🙄🙄

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As written in the youtube description by Soccer Gossips: Brighton 1-3 Chelsea: Blues off to a winning start thanks to Reece James thunderbolt as visitors bounce back from ANOTHER Kepa error with Jorginho and Kurt Zouma also on target\n\n\nThis probably wasn’t what Frank Lampard had envisaged, nor was it the dream debut that either Timo Werner or Kai Havertz dreamed of on Sunday night.\n\nBut a win’s a win. When you’re at Chelsea, and you’ve just spent £200million on new recruits, that’s all that matters. The honeymoon period’s over for Lampard, he knows that.\n\n🎥 SUBSCRIBE \nyoutube.com/c/SoccerGossips\n\n 📱 FOLLOW US \n👍 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sgossips/\n📸 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/soccer_gossips/\n👥 Twitter: https://twitter.com/soccer_gossips\n\nBut the Blues boss knows how to get over the line, he’s done it his entire career. His team, albeit sluggishly, did what was necessary on Monday night.\n\nBut the first day of the season is all about the win. We’ve had a lot quarantines and players coming back from international duty and players aren’t fully fit – so to get a result like that is pleasing.’\n\nIf last season was a ‘free hit’ for Lampard, then the Chelsea boss will now be judged by Roman Abramovich’s infamously high standards. Only success is good enough. Anything below that, well, Lampard knows the consequences.\n\nThat won’t catch Lampard by surprise, of course – he helped set those standards. And while this victory over Brighton was more laboured than lavish, Chelsea’s season has got off to a winning start.\n\nBrighton (3-4-1-2): Ryan 5; White 6.5 (Gross 79), Dunk 7, Webster 7; Lamptey 8, Alzate 5 (Jahanbakhsh 79), Bissouma 7, March 6.5; Lallana 6.5 (Connolly 45, 6); Trossard 7, Maupay 6. \n\nSubs not used: Steele, Stephens, Burn, Veltman.\n\nManager: Potter: 6.5\n\nChelsea (4-3-3): Kepa 5.5; James 7, Zouma 7, Christensen 6.5, Alonso 5.5; Jorginho 7 (Azpilicueta 85), Kante 6.5; Havertz 6 (Hudson-Odoi 80) Loftus-Cheek 6 (Barkley 61), Mount 6.5; Werner 6.5. \n\nSubs not used: Rüdiger, Abraham, Caballero, Giroud\n\nBooked: None\n\nScorers: Jorginho (PEN 23), James (56), Zouma (66)\n\nManager: Lampard 7 \n\nReferee: Craig Pawson 6.5\n\nThe expectations on Graham Potter, of course, are different to Lampard’s but by no means less significant. Retaining their Premier League status remains their ultimate goal.\n\nJudging by this performance, Brighton will be absolutely fine – and in Tariq Lamptey they look to have one of the best emerging youngsters in the Premier League.\n\nFor 20 minutes, Brighton were entirely comfortable, keeping Chelsea’s highly-priced debutants at bay. Lewis Dunk supremely marshalled his back five, while fellow central defender Adam Webster was equally impressive.\n\nChelsea, in contrast, were stagnant and stale – but that was until Steven Alzate’s moment of madness.\n\nThe midfielder appeared to have the situation under control; but then his sloppy pass found Jorginho, whose instant ball played in Werner. The £45million man looked to ease past Matt Ryan, only to be brought down by the Brighton goalkeeper in the process. \n\n#Chelsea #Brighton #Lampard

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