EVE 2-0 CHE: Two players Chelsea should relegate to the bench after Sunday's defeat to Everton

 Chelsea were in dire need of an immediate response after midweek's defeat at Old Trafford but fumbled their lines at Goodison Park and ultimately sustained a 7th defeat of the ongoing Premier League campaign.


Mauricio Pochettino made four changes to the side that lost 2-1 to Man United in mid-week with Conor Gallagher, Reece James, Armando Brojo and Badiashile all stepping in for Lewis Colwill, Raheem Sterling, Nicolas Jackson and Marc Cucurella. However, the Argentine's decision to hand Albania international, Armando Brojo, his second Premier League start of the season proved costly as the 23-year-old struggled to impress.

Nevertheless, the Blues were totally dominant over Sean Dyche's men for the entire 90 minutes at Goodison Park but it was the Toffees that secured all three points in courtesy of two beautifully well struck goals from Abdoulaye Doucoure and Lewis Dobbin.

Reece James and Robert Sanchez were both substituted due to respective injury problems in the second-half due to a hamstring problem and the extent of their injuries could be revealed before the end of today.


Chelsea's next EPL test will be a home clash against newly promoted side, Sheffield United, at Stamford Bridge on Saturday while Everton will journey to Turf Moor to face off Burnley.

Now, with all that said and no further delays, let's quickly take a look at the main central message of this article.

Below are two players Chelsea should relegate to the bench after Sunday's defeat at Everton.

1. Armando Brojo

Broja scored a goal in his last Premier League start but simply anonymous against Everton.

The Albania international was unable to hold up play for his teammates in attack and ultimately made way for Nicolas Jackson in the 70th minute.

2. Mykhalio Mudryk

The Ukraine international ghosted when Chelsea were in dire need of a spark in attack but was eventually withdrawn in the closing stages.

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