TIMO WERNER and Kai Havertz scored their first Premier League goals but it wasn’t enough as Chelsea were held by Southampton.
The German scored a sensational double to put Frank Lampard’s side two goals to the good inside the first half-hour but Danny Ings halved their advantage when he latched onto a through ball from Che Adams and rounded Kepa.
Timo Werner found the bottom corner after a mazy dribble for the openerCredit: Simon Dael – The Times
Adams equalised for Saints in the 57th minute after another Kepa mishap but Chelsea restored their lead just two minutes later when Werner set up Havertz for a tap-in.
But a late equaliser from Jannik Vestergaard earned Southampton a deserved point at Stamford Bridge to consign Chelsea to a second 3-3 draw in three games.
Werner lofted the ball over the onrushing Alex McCarthy before tapping into an empty net for Chelsea’s secondCredit: Jamie McPhilimey – The Sun
Ings rounded Kepa to make it 2-1Credit: Getty – Pool
Kepa got himself into a mess for Southampton’s equaliser and Adams thumped the ball homeCredit: Jamie McPhilimey – The Sun
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