Chelsea v Everton, 08 March 2020

Score4-0 to Chelsea
RefereeKevin Friend
CompetitionPremier League
VenueStamford Bridge
Attendance40,694
Kick-off: 2.00pm Premier League Head to Head Played: 56 Chelsea won: 26 Drawn: 19 Everton won: 11 Chelsea scored: 90 Everton scored: 58 Chelsea avoided losing three consecutive league games against Everton for the first time since August 1984.

4 Chelsea

Manager: Frank Lampard

0 Everton

Manager: Carlo Ancelotti

Goals:

Mason Mount 14 G
Pedro 21 G
Willian 51 G
Olivier Giroud 54 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga
Defender Marcos Alonso
Defender Antonio Rüdiger
Defender Kurt Zouma
Defender/Midfielder César Azpilicueta
Midfielder Ross Barkley
Midfielder Billy Gilmour
Midfielder Mason Mount
Midfielder Pedro
Midfielder Willian
Forward Olivier Giroud

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford
Defender Lucas Digne
Defender Michael Keane
Defender Djibril Sidibé
Defender/Midfielder Mason Holgate
Midfielder André Gomes
Midfielder Bernard
Midfielder Tom Davies
Midfielder/Forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin
Midfielder/Forward Richarlison
Midfielder/Forward Gylfi Sigurdsson

Substitutions:

Reece James for Mason Mount 60
Tino Anjorin for Willian 71
Armando Broja for Olivier Giroud 86

Substitutions:

Theo Walcott for Bernard 46
Moise Kean for Tom Davies 58
Anthony Gordon for Dominic Calvert-Lewin 76

Cards:

Kurt Zouma 82 Y

Cards:

André Gomes 53 Y
Mason Holgate 90 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Willy Caballero
Defender Fikayo Tomori
Defender/Midfielder Reece James
Midfielder Tino Anjorin
Forward Michy Batshuayi
Forward Armando Broja

On the bench:

Defender Yerry Mina
Defender/Left back Leighton Baines
Midfielder Anthony Gordon
Midfielder/Forward Alex Iwobi
Midfielder/Forward Theo Walcott
Forward Moise Kean

Comments:

League position: 4th This was Chelsea's biggest win at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League since their 5-0 victory against Huddersfield Town on 2 February 2019. For the first time in the competition's history, three players aged 18 years or under appeared in a game in the Premier League for the Blues (Tino Anjorin [18 years and 106 days], Armando Broja [18 years and 180 days], and Billy Gilmour [18 years and 271 days]). Olivier Giroud became the 50th player to score 80 or more goals in the Premier League.

Comments:

League position: 12th Everton failed in their attempt to create a new club record of scoring in 11 consecutive away games in the Premier League. In his first-ever game against the Blues, the Toffees' former Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti endured the joint-biggest league defeat of his managerial career (also 0-4 when in charge of Real Madrid against Atlético Madrid in La Liga on 7 February 2015). They remained without an away win in a Premier League game played on a Sunday since their visit to Queens Park Rangers on 22 March 2015.