Chelsea vs Milan Match Highlights: Scores, Results and Analysis

Chelsea scored their biggest home win since January to beat AC Milan 3-0 and did not set a precedent for the bosses association this season.

Wesley Fofana scored the £70m mark after 24 minutes in his most memorable objective for the club, while leading new administrator Graham Potter to the dominant victory of his profession in opposition.

Practically shortly after, Seygaard dropped to his side's third place, after a 56th-minute cross from Reece James struck Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

The hosts' remarkable presentation sent them as runners-up in the Gathering E above Milan ahead of their outing to the San Siro on Tuesday.

Rossoneri should have scored with his main shot on the track, Rade Krunic bursting over the bar from less close proximity at the stroke of half-time.

Milan's loss of time came against Serie A pioneers Napoli and Stefano Pioli's side scored an eight-game unbeaten run with the opportunity to go two focuses clearly at the highest point of the table.

It may not have been an urgent match for Chelsea, but a draw would have left them the three focus of Milan and RB Salzburg, whom they visit in their next two Boss Association matches.

Making his early debut under Potter, Kalidou Koulibaly had a questionable start to the game and an early warning sign when Rafael Leo broke free inside the punishment area.

By the 20-minute mark, Milan had run a kilometer more than Chelsea and looked more dangerous.