The spotlight was on Stamford Bridge as Graham Potter’s team faced a crucial game against Leeds, who were in danger of relegation.

Chelsea dominated the first half but continued to experience poor luck in the attacking third, going almost 400 minutes without a goal.

João Félix came close to scoring but hit the woodwork, while Leeds failed to create any goal-scoring opportunities in the first half. In the second half, Chelsea increased the pressure, forcing the visitors to defend deeply.

Eventually, Chelsea broke the deadlock as Wesley Fofana scored his first Premier League goal, leading to a 1-0 victory for the hosts.

This was a significant win for Potter, who was reportedly at risk of being sacked, while Leeds remained frustrated and perilously close to relegation.