West Ham scored late as they beat Chelsea 3-2 despite Willian brace but the Hammers late goal from Yarmolenko, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
A very entertaining first 45 minutes saw one goal ruled off and two goals recorded by both teams.
Chelsea dominated the majority of the ball possession but failed to capitalize on their advantage.
West Ham gave all their best in the first half and it paid off as they were able to draw level before the break.
Chelsea dominated things until Soucek but after review from VAR, the goal was off for offside.
Christian Pulisic was brought down as the referee award the Blues a penalty in the 40 minutes.
Willian stepped up and convert as Chelsea went 1-0 ahead over West Ham in the game.
Before the end of half time, the Hammers pulled level from Soucek header from a Bowen assist.
Second Half Report
The second 45 minutes provided three goals as West Ham got two while Chelsea got one goal.
Despite Chelsea controlling much of the ball possession, they couldn’t secure the win.
Michail Antonio put West Ham ahead with a lovely goal and assist from Bowen as they lead 2-1.
Willian curls a direct free-kick into the back of the net in the 72nd minute to pull Chelsea level 2-2.