West Ham United came for behind to beat Chelsea 3-2 in the London derby which saw Mason Mount score again, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
Three goals scored under the first half of the encounter which saw both teams giving it all their best in the local London derby between two neighbors.
Both teams had it going well in the first 25 minutes of the game which didn’t see much of a chance except one from Kai Havertz which was saved.
Thiago Silva scored the opening goal in the 29th minute from a Mason Mount corner kick which the defender headed in to make the scoreline 0-1 for Chelsea.
The game continued with Manuel Lanzini scoring from the penalty spot to make things 1-1 in the 40th minute for West Ham United after Mendy gave away the foul.
Mason Mount restored the lead for his side in the 44th minute after Hakim Ziyech helped him out with the assistance which saw the scoreline turned 1-2 in favor of the Blues.
Nothing else as the first half came to an end with West Ham United 1-2 Chelsea as they both headed inside for the break with the away side taking the advantage.
Second Half Report
The second half started with Chelsea making an early change as injured Kai Havertz was removed and Romelu Lukaku replaced him.
West Ham United were still the second best as the second half progressed with them being dominating while they held back hoping to break on a counter.
Jarrod Bowen scored in the 56th minute of the second half to level things for the Hammers 2-2 after an amazing buildup saw them getting another.
The match continued as Arthur Masuaku finished off in the 87th minute giving the home side the lead in the encounter after another error cost the Blues to go down 3-2.
The game ended with West Ham United 3-2 Chelsea which sees the Hammer completing their comeback to win the London derby.
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