FT: Chelsea 3-2 Brighton, Enzo Fernandez Net BRACE! (VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS)

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Chelsea with 10 players were able to smash Brighton and Hove Albion 3-2 in a Premier League match, MySportDab reports.

The first half was good for the Blues but at some point they were unable to balance themselves which led to a red card.

Enzo Fernandez was brilliant scoring a brace which was enough to hand the Blues the needed three points despite one man down.

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The home side came into the match with more work to do pushing forward with them also dominating play.

Chelsea took the lead with Enzo Fernandez goal which came in the 17th minutes with an outstanding assistant from Beniot Badiashile to make it 1-0.

Brighton and Hove Albion were unable to take a breather as another goal followed in the 21st minutes from Levi Colwill which was able to make things 2-0 going forward.

Things went sideways for the home side which led to a brilliant finish from Buonanotte in the 43rd minutes beating the goalkeeper to make it 2-1 as they continued.

Conor Gallagher saw another yellow in the 45 minutes which made Chelsea ended the first half with the led 2-1 and one player down against Brighton and Hove Albion.

There was alot of work from the Blues in the second half which they came in with one player down despite staying at the lead.

Chelsea continued playing in slow pace trying to maximize how much they can cover with one player down on the encounter which was cagey.

Brighton And Hove Albion conceded a penalty which Enzo Fernandez stepped up and made it count increasing the lead to 3-1 as they carried on forward.

There was nothing more to be done as the Blues locked down shop until Joao Pedro made things 3-2 from a clever from finish which was in the added time.

Chelsea were able to hold on fine with one man down and ended the game with a 3-1 victory against Brighton and Hove Albion who had all the advantage in the second half.

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