BREAKING NEWS: Everton beats Chelsea 2:0 and has made it worse for Chelsea with only one win in seven games. You’re getting sacked in the morning” chants once again echoed around an otherwise silent Chelsea fans as Everton put Chelsea to the sword. After the defeat at Everton, Chelsea board reevaluate Pochettino’s position.

Everton earned three points thanks to two goals in the second half from Abdoulaye Doucoure and Lewis Dobbin, defeating Chelsea once more as pressure on Mauricio Pochettino grows.


Mauricio Pochettino is under extreme pressure now that Chelsea lost to Everton away on the road once more. Abdoulaye Doucoure and Lewis Dobbin’s goals in the second half sent Goodison Park into a frenzy as the Blues lost two straight games in the northwest in a span of a few days.

Chelsea used a 4-3-3 formation to start the game, and Mykhailo Mudryk looked very promising down the left side from the outset. The Ukrainian was looking forward to the challenge of taking on Ashley Young, a seasoned player in the Premier League.

But in the first forty-five minutes, the visitors were unable to really pose a threat to the Everton goal. Though it was subtle, Chelsea’s play had a sense of control, which was comforting given the events at Old Trafford less than four days earlier.

With what appeared to be yet another hamstring issue, Chelsea captain Reece James was substituted off the pitch in the first half. The England international’s injury luck continued to get worse as he trotted off the pitch, looking devastated.

Chelsea had some control over what was happening on the pitch, but they were once again having trouble producing a quality result. Although Armando Broja was doing a good job of leading the line and making the appropriate runs down the channel, he was frequently left alone when he did receive the ball.

When Mudryk faced Nathan Patterson and Ashley Young, who appeared hurt, he looked incredibly good. The 22-year-old looked extremely dangerous on the wing, but as has been the tale of his Chelsea career thus far, he was unable to produce that game-winning pass in the closing third.

Cole Palmer appeared to be very talented as well, but the England player shot excessively and stopped the Blues’ in several fairly risky attacking phases. Compared to Moises Caicedo and Conor Gallagher, his midfield teammates, Enzo Fernandez was making more forward passes.

Chelsea appeared almost afraid to commit too many players forward during the counterattacking phase in the second half. During transition, it was frequently just Mudryk and Broja in the final third, which was continually disappointing the visitors.

Then the unavoidable occurred. Everton took the lead early in the second half thanks to a goal from Abdoulaye Doucoure, leaving Chelsea to regret any momentum they may have had in the game. It erupted in Goodison Park.

It was Pochettino and Chelsea’s misery compiler during stoppage time. Dobbin sealed the three points for the hosts with a decisive finish for the Toffees.

There was a tiny improvement following such a dismal showing against Manchester United. However, Chelsea fans will be extremely concerned about the team’s current situation, so that is no comfort.

Unfortunately for Pochettino, the Chelsea head coach is currently under a lot of pressure. According to the club’s signals, they will support the Argentine in developing their long-term project.

But football is such a results-driven industry. At Stamford Bridge, near the end of Graham Potter’s reign, we also heard something very similar. It’s just not up to par.

Before the game, many of his supporters had serious doubts about his future. Chelsea’s seventh Premier League loss of the season will now raise even more questions.


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