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    Chelsea 4-0 Crystal Palace: Ben Chilwell scores debut goal as Chelsea thump Crystal Palace

    Ben Chilwell had a dream Premier League debut as Chelsea returned to winning ways with a 4-0 victory over Crystal Palace.

    The £50million left-back scored one and created another as the Blues netted four second-half goals at Stamford Bridge.

    Chilwell made an instant impact
    Chilwell made an instant impact
    Jorginho dispatched two penalties
    Jorginho dispatched two penalties

    Kurt Zouma grabbed the second from a delicious Chilwell cross, before Jorginho slotted away two penalties, making Palace pay for their earlier tardiness.

    Chelsea was made to wait for their visitors at the start of the game – and also ahead of the second half – as the Eagles took ages to make their way to the pitch.

    Chelsea looked so much better in defence
    Chelsea looked so much better in defence

    After a quiet first-half, Chelsea got their revenge, and Chilwell wasn’t the only summer signing to impress.

    Thiago Silva added an air of calmness in defense, while Kai Havertz pulled the strings in the other half of the pitch throughout.

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