Chelsea defeats Brighton as Timo Werner makes a debut

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In the first round of the Premiership Chelsea defeated Brighton 3-1 away.
Timo Werner made a good debut at Chelsea. He received a penalty in the 23rd minute after the home goalkeeper Matthew Ryan knocked down.

Jorginho had previously forced a great pass into space which the fast-footed German embraced and began to understand.

In the fall he was knocked down by the Australian goalkeeper with his hands, after which the Italian Jorginho scored for the Blues lead.

Beautifully scored by Leandro Trossard for Brighton in the 54th-minute shock for Lampard. The Belgian struck diagonally from about 20 meters and reached Kepa’s lower right corner to equalize.

Chelsea takes the lead by right-back Reece James, with a great strike. He hit Chelsea’s talent from over 20 yards and reached the crossbar under Ryan after Jorginho had left.

It was a true and indefensible bomb from a distance, Ryan had no chance and this goal is already vying for one of the Premiership’s finest this season.

James put a decent effort to the right but Kurt Zoume saw his 66-minute volley fly into the game wide of the mark. From a tough position from 12-13 meters, the Frenchman managed to beat with his right foot and the ball, with a little luck and sloppy reactions from Brighton’s defenders, managed to get into the net.

The Germans who arrived from Bayer Leverkusen and RB Leipzig, Kai Havertz, and Timo Werner, made their debut for Lampard’s team today. With separate bonuses, Havertz was paid 80 million euros, and Werner 53 million euros.

The Germans who arrived from Bayer Leverkusen and RB Leipzig, Kai Havertz, and Timo Werner, made their debut for Lampard’s team today. With separate bonuses, Havertz was paid 80 million euros, and Werner 53 million euros.

There were no suspended Mateo Kovacic in Chelsea, Thiago Silva who was spared the match, Hakim Ziyech who has a sore knee and left Ben Chiwell behind because of a foot injury.

Chelsea welcomes champions Liverpool on Sunday, Brighton heads to Newcastle.

The Wolves defeated Sheffield United in an earlier game, with goals from Raul Jimenez (3′) and Roman Saiss (6′).

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