BREAKING NEWS: Live reports from Stamford Bridge, Chelsea comes out victorious in style as they defeat West ham 5:0 in home soil. Chelsea smashed West Ham United 5-0 in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, April 5. This helped them climb to seventh in the table – their highest position this season.


Chelsea secured a commanding 5-0 victory over West Ham United in the Premier League fixture held at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, April 5th. This significant win propelled Chelsea to seventh place in the league standings, marking their highest position of the season thus far.

Right from the outset, Chelsea exhibited a strong start to the game, maintaining a swift tempo that proved overwhelming for West Ham United. This early dominance provided Chelsea with ample space in the attacking third, resulting in several scoring opportunities throughout the first half. The opening goal arrived courtesy of Cole Palmer, who capitalized on a precise assist from Nicolas Jackson just 15 minutes into the match. Captain Conor Gallagher furthered Chelsea’s advantage with a well-executed finish in the 30th minute, firmly establishing their control over the game. Shortly thereafter, Thiago Silva surprised by delivering an assist to Noni Madueke, who secured Chelsea’s third goal. In contrast, West Ham struggled to generate meaningful attacks, managing only 33% possession and failing to register any shots on target.

Chelsea continued their dominance into the second half, with Madueke showcasing selflessness by providing an assist to Jackson, who easily tapped the ball into an open net, extending Chelsea’s lead to 4-0 in the 48th minute. Despite conceding, West Ham displayed resilience, with possession statistics nearly equalizing between the two sides.

Both managers, Mauricio Pochettino and David Moyes, made tactical substitutions in an effort to alter the dynamics of the game. However, Chelsea remained in control, with Jackson securing his second goal of the night in the 80th minute, assisted by Moises Caicedo. Video Assistant Referee (VAR) confirmation upheld the goal, confirming Kurt Zouma’s timely pass to Jackson. Neither team managed to alter the scoreline further, resulting in Chelsea’s resounding 5-0 victory.

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