By Bankole Emmanuel
Sarri’s Chelsea put up a great performance to end the unbeaten run of Man city at Stamford Bridge.
Kante lashed onto a loose ball from Hazard to produce the first goal of the match in 44 minutes of the first half after which first half action ended in a dramatic style.
The match resumed with a continued intensity with which it ended in first half, with Man city holding larger part of possession in the early part of second half.
Chelsea made efforts in front of city’s goal but bravo’s brilliance was enough to keep the score at respectable one nil in favour of chelsea.
Chelsea however made city pay for pressing, through a counter attacking football that results in a corner kick that led to the second goal from David Luiz at the 78th minute.
The win lifted Chelsea back to third place above Arsenal on goal difference and Tottenham with a game spare.
Chelsea won the match 2:0 and currently occupies third position but will move back to fourth if Tottenham beats Leicester city.