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Controversial decisions dominated Chelsea’s 2-1 win at Newcastle United, which was settled by DeAndre Yedlin’s own goal.

DeAndre Yedlin’s late own goal ensured Maurizio Sarri’s perfect start to life in the Premier League continued as Chelsea beat Newcastle United 2-1 in a frantic and controversial finish.

Chelsea had appeared to have adapted quickly to Sarri’s famously expansive style of play, winning their opening two league games after being well beaten by Manchester City in the Community Shield.

However, they came up against a stubborn and well-organised defence at St James’ Park and struggled to break Newcastle down despite a dominance of possession that bordered on the ridiculous.

The visitors were handed a huge boost 14 minutes from time as referee Paul Tierney ruled Fabian Schar had fouled Marcos Alonso in the box, despite replays suggesting the Switzerland international had got his foot to the ball.

Eden Hazard, making his first start for Chelsea since helping Belgium to the semi-finals of the World Cup, dispatched a confident penalty, although Martin Dubravka got a fingertip to the ball.

It was Chelsea’s turn to feel aggrieved when Yedlin appeared to elbow Olivier Giroud in the build-up to Joselu heading a near-post equaliser, but the American handed Chelsea three points by inadvertently turning in Marcos Alonso’ first-time effort.

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FULL-TIME Newcastle 1-2 Chelsea

Chelsea make it three wins from three after Hazard’s penalty kick and Yedlin’s late own goal overcome an organised Newcastle side

Hazard twice required treatment in the opening 20 minutes but was able to continue and flashed an effort wide of the right-hand post.

Newcastle eventually offered a response as Salomon Rondon headed wide, yet Pedro spurned two chances to put Chelsea ahead, with Hazard continuing to pull the strings for no reward.

Azpilicueta was able to test Dubravka shortly after the restart as he latched on to a lay-off from Pedro. Antonio Rudiger then blasted against the crossbar with a vicious long-range effort before Hazard made the most of Tierney’s contentious call.

Giroud was soon the man asking questions of the officials after Joselu’s header just beat the hand of Courtois, yet the World Cup winner played a part in the decider as Alonso latched on to his knock down and Yedlin made the crucial error.


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