The Debrief: Away run continues as Chilwell and James cut through

The goal was one of three aerial challenges won by the German in the match, a figure matched only by his compatriot Kai Havertz.

Scorer of the second goal and another who has hit the Leicester net before for Chelsea, N’Golo Kante, was named man of the match by fans on The 5th Stand and as well as his great strike, he was typically effective in winning the ball, with two successful tackles and one interception made, while clearly playing in a more forward role than Jorginho, as shown by the average positions of the starting line-up.

Callum Hudson Odoi, despite his starting position on the left, was our most central and most advanced attacker.

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