Thomas Tuchel and Chelsea remain leaders of the English Premier League after an impressive performance.

In a duel with German soccer coach Daniel Farke, the Champions League winner dismantled Norwich City 7-0 (3-0) on Saturday and is in first place with 22 points after nine match days.

The harmless climber is bottom of the table with two points and a goal difference of 2:23.

With crowd favorites Antonio Rüdiger and Kai Havertz in the starting line-up, but without Timo Werner and striker Romelu Lukaku, the Blues were clearly superior and started furiously: A shot from Mason Mount landed in the far corner for an early lead (8th minute).

Callum Hudson-Odoi also put the ball in the corner after a pass from Mateo Kovacic (18th).

Before the break, Reece James increased to 3-0 (42nd).

After the break, the Tuchel-Elf picked up where they left off: Ben Chilwell scored to make it 4-0 (57th).

Five minutes later, Norwich professional Max Aarons steered a cross from Hudson-Odoi into his own net.

Ben Gibson also saw the yellow-red card (65th).

In the second attempt, Mount converted a hand penalty (85th) in the majority, before he made it 7-0 with his third goal in stoppage time.

Arsenal FC, in which German goalkeeper Bernd Leno had to make do with the substitute bench, defeated Aston Villa 3-1 on Friday evening.

Thomas (23rd minute), former Bundesliga player Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (45th + 6th) and Emile Smith Rowe (56th) scored the goals for the London club, Jacob Ramsey (82nd) ​​shortened late for Aston Villa.

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