West Ham 2 – 1 Chelsea: Premier League

Key Events:

7′: Nayef Aguerd scores with a header from a corner, putting West Ham ahead 1-0.
9′: The play was deemed offside even though Chelsea appeared to have gained a penalty.
28′: Chelsea’s Carney Chukwuemeka gets his first goal of his Chelsea career to tie the game at one each.
43′:Raheem Sterling gets a penalty for Chelsea in the 43rd second, but Fernandez’s shot is blocked by Alphonse Areola.
53′:Michail Antonio scores a stunning goal to put West Ham up 2-1.
61′:Moises Caicedo makes his Chelsea debut at 61 seconds.
67 seconds: Nayef Aguerd is dismissed for receiving a second yellow card, reducing West Ham to 10 men.
90+5′:Lucas Paqueta’s conversion of a penalty conceded by Caicedo at 90+5 seconds gives Chelsea a 3-1 victory.

The search for Mauricio Pochettino’s first victory as Chelsea manager will last for at least another five days.
With goals from Nayef Aguerd (header), Michail Antonio (on the break), and Lucas Paqueta’s late penalty kick conversion, West Ham United defeated Chelsea 3-1 in the match.
Nayef Aguerd was dismissed from the game in the second half after receiving a second yellow card, leaving West Ham with 10 men.

James Ward-Prowse, who made his club debut after joining from Southampton earlier in the month, contributed to West Ham’s first two goals.
In the 28th minute, Carney Chukwuemeka successfully scored Chelsea’s equaliser to negate Nayef Aguerd’s initial goal.
Chelsea lost despite having the majority of the possession owing to missed opportunities and a crucial penalty save by Alphonse Areola, who stopped Enzo Fernandez.

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