Match report: Kepa and Mount Brilliance increase the pressure on Gerrard

Chelsea have continued their excellent results under the management of Graham Potter with a win at villa park against Aston Villa in game week 11 of the Premier League.

The Blues were gifted the opening goal that was scored by Mason Mount after an error from Tyron Mings.

The game was not easy for the visitors by all means, as they were under heavy pressure from the home team with 18 goal attempts, 7 of them on target.

But a moment of brilliance from Mason Mount in the 65th minute through a direct free kick doubled the lead and reduced the pressure on the blues until the end of the game.

Man of the match:

It was a hard choice between Kepa and Mount as the later scored all the goals of the game, but Kepa’s Contribution with a string of fabulous saves is definitely what secured the Blues safe route to win the game, preventing the hosts from scoring – at least – 3 big chances.

Disappointing Performance:

You cannot look beyond Tyrone Mings after the rookie mistake in the first minutes of the game that gifted the opening goal to the visitors.

Match Facts:

Kepa Arrizabalaga made seven saves while keeping a clean sheet against Aston Villa, his most saves without conceding in his top-flight league career.

What the result means for both teams?

Liverpool moved up the 8th place with 13 points, while Manchester City remains in the 2nd place with 23 points.

What is next for both teams?

Chelsea will visit Brentford on Wednesday 19 October 2022, while Aston Villa will visit Fulham on the same date.