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PREMIERE LEAGUE. Dominant Tottenham ruin Belgian Romeo Lavia’s league debut, Jorginho penalty gives Chelsea an economical victory

Romeo Lavia (l).

Romeo Lavia (l). — © REUTERS

18-year-old Belgian Romeo Lavia might have imagined his debut for Southampton differently. Lavia appeared straight from the kick-off on the first day of the Premier League and played the full 90 minutes, but went into the boat with Southampton on the Tottenham field. It became 4-1. Chelsea won again economically on the field of Everton (0-1).

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However, the game started well for Lavia and Southampton. After twelve minutes Ward-Prowse made it 0-1 on a pass from Djenepo, but afterwards the tide turned. With goals from Sessegnon, Dier and Kulusevski and an own goal from Salisu, Tottenham turned the situation completely around.

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Lavia made a strong impression for the Saints and looks poised to become one of the strongholds. His composure and physical dueling power were especially striking.

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For the Spurs, ex-Club Brugge player Ivan Perisic also came in in minute 66. The Croat made the switch from Inter. The London team is starting the new season so well. Southampton may try to recover next week. Then they take on Leeds at home.

All goals at a glance:

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Penalty Jorginho saves Chelsea

At the same time, Everton and Chelsea had also started their match. Chelsea was not convinced, but in the get-together without the Belgians, visitor Jorginho (45.+9) crowned himself man of the match deep in the added time of the first half with a converted penalty. It stayed with this one goal.

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