Premier League:Chelsea3-3 Southampton

Premier League:Chelsea3-3 Southampton

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Match summary

Jannik Vestergaard’s stoppage-time header rescued a point for Southampton as they came from two goals down to draw 3-3 at Chelsea.

Timo Werner put Chelsea ahead on 15 minutes after a clever turn and run for his first Premier League goal. 

Che Adams pounces on a defensive mix-up to equalise for Southampton

The German got his second 13 minutes later, racing on to Jorginho’s lofted pass and coolly lifting the ball over Alex McCarthy before heading in.

Against the run of play, Danny Ings halved the deficit as he rounded Kepa Arrizabalaga to tap in.

A defensive mix-up on 57 minutes allowed Southampton to equalise through Che Adams.

But two minutes later Werner found Kai Havertz who restored Chelsea’s lead.

Oriol Romeu and Jorginho battle for possession

But in the second minute of added time, Theo Walcott’s shot was glanced in by Vestergaard to lift Saints to 10th on seven points.

Chelsea rise to sixth on eight points.

Kai Havertz fires in to restore Chelsea’s lead over Southampton
Next fixtures

Chelsea: 24 Oct v Man Utd (A)
Southampton: 25 Oct v Everton (H)

Kai Havertz fires in to restore Chelsea’s lead over Southampton
Match officials

Referee: Peter Bankes. Assistants: Darren Cann, Mark Scholes. Fourth official: Martin Atkinson. VAR: Mike Dean. Assistant VAR: Peter Kirkup.

Southampton striker Danny Ings reacts after seeing his shot saved by Kepa Arrizabalaga
Kai Havertz fires in to restore Chelsea’s lead over Southampton
A delighted Che Adams celebrates after netting his first Premier League goal of the season
Chelsea’s Kai Havertz is tackled by Southampton’s Jan Bednarek and Oriol Romeu
Theo Walcott in action for Southampton, who he joined on loan from Everton
Danny Ings reduces the arrears for Southampton at Stamford Bridge
Andreas Christensen clears the danger for Chelsea
Timo Werner keeps his composure to head in his second of the afternoon
Timo Werner lobs the ball over Alex McCarthy before nodding in his second
Chelsea celebrate with Timo Werner after he put them ahead against Southampton
Timo Werner does brilliantly to give Chelsea the lead with his first Premier League goal
N’Golo Kante passes the ball despite being under pressure from Oriol Romeu
Southampton’s Alex McCarthy makes an early save at Stamford Bridge

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