Premier League Results: Chelsea Celebrate Goals at Southampton


Chelsea went crazy in the 31st week of the Premier League after winning 6-0 over Southampton at St Mary’s Stadium, Saturday (9/4/2022). Timo Werner (2), Mason Mount (2), Kai Havertz and Marcos Alonso scored six Chelsea goals.

Chelsea seems to want to forget the defeat against Real Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals. Shown with the best strength, but still reserve Romelu Lukaku, Chelsea ferocious.

Just 8 minutes of the game running, Marcos Alonso opened the score to 1-0 for Chelsea. He fired a shot that went to the right side of the goal and was difficult for the goalkeeper to reach after using Mason Mount’s pass.

Chelsea added another goal through Mason Mount in the 16th minute. He took advantage of the narrow space into a goal that made Chelsea 2-0 up.

Chelsea’s attack made it difficult for Southampton to breathe. In the 21st minute it was Timo Werner ‘s turn to open the scoring for the Blues after taking advantage of Ward Prowse’s mistake and changing the score to 3-0.

Everything seems to be easy for Chelsea. The Blues added another goal in the 31st minute when Kai Havertz took advantage of Werner’s throw-up ball to change the score to 4-0.

A landslide score of 4-0 for Chelsea’s victory lasted until the first half ended. Southampton really slumped in round 1.

Chapter 2

Southampton massacre continued in the second half. Despite replacing Kai Havertz with Pulisic, Chelsea still vicious.

In the 49th minute, Timo Werner scored the second goal and put Chelsea ahead 5-0 after taking advantage of the ball throwing up Kante’s shot. Absolutely brutal.

Chelsea made Southampton really cry. Mason Mount made the score 6-0 after scoring a goal in the 54th minute.

After the sixth goal, Chelsea began to relax the pressure. Southampton also seemed relieved by Chelsea’s slack attack in the final 25 minutes of the match.

Until the match ended, Chelsea still lead 6-0 over Southampton. This victory also confirmed Chelsea’s third position in the Premier League standings.


SOUTHAMPTON (4-3-1-2): Fraser Forster; Valentino Livramento/Smallbone (73), Jan Bednarek, Mohammed Salisu, Kyle Walker-Peters; James Ward-Prowse (c), Oriol Romeu, Stuart Armstrong; Mohamed Elyounoussi; Adam Armstrong/Diallo (46), Che Adams

CHELSEA (3-4-3): Edouard Mendy; Andreas Christensen, Thiago Silva, Antonio Rüdiger; Ruben Loftus-Cheek, N’Golo Kante (c), Mateo Kovacic, Marcos Alonso; Mason Mount / Ziyech (69), Kai Havertz / Pulisic (46), Timo Werner