Chelsea’s much-needed 2-0 victory against Fulham was fueled by Mykhailo Mudryk and Armando Broja. The Blues found success early in the first half at Craven Cottage, securing their second Premier League win of the season.
Mudryk, scoring his first-ever goal for Chelsea, showcased his skill by chesting down a Levi Colwill cross and finishing expertly. However, concerns arose as he left the field with an apparent injury at halftime. Shortly after Mudryk’s opener, Broja, in his first start since returning from injury, capitalized on Tim Ream’s mistake to notch the team’s second goal.
Chelsea’s high pressing and quick passing troubled Fulham from the start. Although Fulham appeared capable of mounting a comeback in the second half, Pochettino’s squad maintained their lead, offering hope for future positive performances.