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Jorginho was the first player to score penalties in a Champions League match against multiple keepers since 1999. Malmo changed goalkeepers at halftime.
Chelsea's Champions League campaign was re-launched by beating Malmo at Stamford Bridge. However, it was a costly victory as strike duo Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner were both injured.
Although the holders lost their previous game against Juventus in Turin, it was not a mistake as the Swedes were totally outclassed.
Andreas Christensen scored Chelsea's first goal in 137 matches with Thiago Silva's pass. Jorginho then doubled Chelsea's lead from the spot, after Lukaku was fouled on the spot by Lasse Nielsen. The forward was left limping with what appeared to be an ankle injury.
Werner was suffering from hamstring problems before half-time. Chelsea progressed well as Callum Hudson-Odoi replaced him and Kai Havertz was appointed to replace him. This allowed them to finish their third match just after the break.
Malmo were outpowered, and Jorginho scored again from the spot after 57 minutes. This was following Eric Larsson's foul against Antonio Rudiger. IsmaelDiawara, the replacement goalkeeper, had no more success than Johan Dahlin in the first half.
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Chelsea had the most pleasant of nights as they moved past the pain of losing to Juventus in emphatic fashion.
Chelsea is still three points behind the Italians in Group H. However, they have to visit Stamford Bridge.
The Blues performed in a different league to their Swedish counterparts and settled the matter in the 48th minute when Havertz scored a third goal.
Thomas Tuchel, the manager of Chelsea, will be extremely satisfied with how Chelsea dealt with this simple task against Malmo.
With their excellent passing and fluid movement of the ball, they remained in control all through.
However, Werner and Lukaku were both injured, so the win was not as significant.
Nielsen brought Lukaku down for Jorginho’s first penalty. He appeared to have placed the entire weight of Malmo's player on his ankle.
He was unable to continue with his club record signing and, even though he tried to walk to the halfway line to carry on, it became clear that he was struggling.
Werner strained his hamstrings and raced into the area. He was then taken off again.
Next game for Chelsea is against the Premier League's lowest club Norwich City at Stamford Bridge, on Saturday. Tuchel confirmed that Lukaku will be there and Werner would be out for "some games".
Now, he must hope that this remarkable victory doesn't come at too high a price to his side.
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Malm FF Malm FF Chelsea Avg Squad Number 29 Player Name Havertz Average Rating 8.64 Squad Number 7 Player Name Kant Average Rating 7.77 Squad Number 21 Player Name Thiago Silva Player rating 7.57 Squad numbers 19 Player named James Average ranking 7.42 Squad numbers 9 Player player name Azpilicueta Player rating 7.49 Squad No 19 Player number Sal Average ratings 7.79 Squad no 17 Player number Sal Average rating rating 6.79 Squad # 31 Player number Brorsson Player rating Average 5.77 Squad rating 19 Player number 23 Player number 30 Player number 7 Squad 7 Player number 22 Player, average rating of 5.30 Squadr number 7 Squad rating 4.
Live Text Line-ups Chelsea Formation 16 Mendy 6 Christensen 2 Rdiger28 Azpilicueta7 Kant 5 Jorginho21 Chilwell 19 Mount11 Werner 9 Lukaku16 Mendy
6 Thiago Silva
28 Azpilicueta Substituted to James at 66'minutes
7 Kant Substituted for Sal at 65' minutes
21 Chilwell substituted for Alonso at the 66' minute
11 Werner Substituted for Hudson-Odoi at 44' minutes
9 Lukaku Substituted at 23' Minutes Substitutes 1 Arrizabalaga
29 Havertz Malm FF Formation 35-2 27 Dahlin 2 Larsson24 Nielsen 31 Brorsson32 Berget8 Pea 20 Innocent10 Christiansen13 Olsson9 Colak19 DahlinSubstituted at 45' minutes for Diarra Diawara
2 Larsson Booked in 56 Minutes
24 Nielsen Booked at 19mins
32 Berget substituted for Moisander in 84' minutes
8 Pea substituted for Rakip @ 58' Minutes
10 Christiansen Booked in 53 minutes Substituted to Nalic in 58' Minutes
Substitute Abubakari with 19 Birmancevic at 45' minutes Substitute 1 Ellborg
30 Diarra Diawara
43 Lindman Referee: Franois Letexier Attendance: 39,095 Match Stats Live Text Post update Match ends, Chelsea 4, Malm 0. Full Time Second Half ends at Chelsea 4, Malm 0. Post update Attempt missed. Sal guez (Chelsea), header from the right side the six yard box was too high. Marcos Alonso assisted with a cross after a corner. Chelsea, Post-update Corner Conceded to Ismael Diaarra Diawara. Post update Foul by Jorginho, Chelsea. Post update Erdal Rakip (Malm), wins a free kick at the defensive end. Foul by Mason Mount, (Chelsea) after the update Post update Bonke innocent (Malm), wins a free kick at the defensive half. Post update Foul by Kai Havertz, (Chelsea). Eric Larsson (Malm), wins a free kick during the attacking half. Post update Attempt missed. Antonio Rdiger (Chelsea), right footed shot outside the box is high, wide and to the right. Mason Mount assisted from a free kick. Post update Kai Havertz (Chelsea), wins a free kick during the attacking half. Foul by Franz Brorsson, Malm. Reece James (Chelsea), wins a free kick during the defensive half after the update. Post update Foul by Erdal Rakip, Malm Substitution Substitution, Malm. Niklas Moisander replaces Jo Inge Berget. Post update Foul by Mason Mount, (Chelsea). Eric Larsson (Malm), wins a free kick during the defensive half. Post update Attempt missed. Mason Mount (Chelsea), header from the middle of the box misses to left. Marcos Alonso assisted with a cross after a corner. Chelsea, Post-update Corner Franz Brorsson. Page 1 of 5 Rewind Previous Navigate to Next Page Next Navigate To The Last Page Forward