Chelsea have scored 12 goals in their last 4 games but conceded 11 goals (French)

A lot of qualities apply to Chelsea's season so far, but it's no longer boring, with their last four Premier League games scoring 4 goals – both for them and in their own goal – after a 23-man 10-3 win over Brighton on Sunday.

When the referee blew the final whistle in the torrential rain at Stamford Bridge, the players and coaching staff rushed into the stadium in relief to celebrate the victory achieved after the team withstood the pressure of the visiting team in another thrilling match.

Chelsea have scored 12 goals in their last four games, which came against Tottenham, Manchester City, Newcastle and Brighton, raising the hopes of their fans that the goalscoring sterility that the team has long suffered from is a thing of the past.

But he has conceded 11 goals in all four games, reflecting the effort Chelsea need to make to return to the Premier League's elite ranks.

Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino said: "Yes, we conceded goals, but you need to score to win. That's the fun, that's football. People like to watch two teams with an attacking style of play."

"Of course, I want to score 10 goals and not concede, but if you want to play in attack, sometimes you take risks, which gives the opposition chances. But it's about winning."

City are third with 30 points, 3 behind leaders Arsenal (French)

Manchester City continue to hemorrhage points

In a more competitive and exciting match, Tottenham's Dejan Kulusevski scored the equaliser with a header towards the end to give his team a 3-3 draw with hosts Manchester City, the reigning Premier League champions.

Jack Grealish's 81st minute goal appeared to secure points for Pep Guardiola's side but Kulusevski scored in the 90th minute to tie City for the third consecutive time in the league this season.

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City were left in third place with 30 points, 3 behind leaders Arsenal.

The match started in an exciting fashion as Son Heung-min put Tottenham in front in the sixth minute before scoring at the other end of the pitch 3 minutes later after a cross from his thigh bounced towards his team's net.

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Phil Foden's 31st minute goal put City ahead but the player fired into the net twice before half-time.

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Giovanni Lo Celso scored Tottenham's second goal from a meticulous finish in the 69th minute to make it 2-2, but Tottenham's risk-taking style cost them dearly as a mistake by the visitors allowed Grealish to put the hosts back in front.

But it was the visitors who finally laughed after scoring the third goal to end a three-match losing streak.

Source: Reuters