Chelse have came from behind to recorded another important win in their pre-season friendly match campaign thanks to a thumping victory over Championship side Bournemouth at Vitality stadium on Tuesday evenings.
The Blues, who started their pre-season campaign in high figures, with 6-1 victory over Peterborough United ten days ago, made perfect start to the game as Ziyech delivered brilliant pass to Tammy Abraham, but the England effort was save by Mark Travers.
In the 16th minutes of the game, Callum Hudson-Odoi, who produced eye-catching performances in Chelsea’s recent games, had another opportunity but his effort was also save by Mark Travers.
The Blues academy product also set-up brilliant cross to Tammy Abraham, who his target also save by the Cherries shot-stopper Mark Travers and both parties unable to broken the deadlock in the first 45 minutes.
Despite Thomas Tuchel introduced Edouard Mendy, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Davide Zappacosta into the game early in the second half, it was Bournemouth, who taken the lead through Emiliano Marcondes in the 66th minutes.
Several minutes later, Armando Broja, who spell last season on loan at Vitesse, controls Baba’s cross from the left-hand side and finds the back of the net to level it for the Champions League holder.
In the 75th minutes of the game centre-forward Ike Ugbo converted Ross Barkley corner through head to given Thomas Tuchel’s men a deserved lead.