Match Results: Chelsea Take First Three Points, Real Madrid Maintain 100 Percent Record

Chelsea 3-0 Luton Town (Chelsea Official Website)
Chelsea 3-0 Luton Town (Chelsea Official Website)

The continuation of Premier League and LaLiga 2023-2024 matches took place on Saturday (26/08) at midnight IST. The two matches that have ended are Chelsea against Luton Town and Real Madrid against Celta Vigo.

Starting from week three of the Premier League between Chelsea and the promoted team at Stamford Bridge. After two winless games against Liverpool (1-1) and West Ham United (1-3), the Blues picked up their first three points.

Chelsea showed superior individual quality and strength from the start of the match. They dominated the game, pressing their opponents, which led to a 3-0 win through two goals from Raheem Sterling (17' 68') and Nicolas Jackson (75').

Chelsea had 68 percent possession with a total of 19 shots (8 on target), while Luton had 11 shots but only one was on target and tested Robert Sanchez, the Chelsea goalkeeper.

Chelsea are currently eighth in the table with four points from three matches, while Luton are bottom of the table with no points from two matches.

Switching to Spanish La Liga. In week three held at Estadio Balaidos, Real Madrid fought hard to secure three points against hosts Celta Vigo. Los Blancos won 1-0 and Jude Bellingham scored again (81').

Jude Bellingham's goal celebration (Twitter)
Jude Bellingham's goal celebration (Twitter)

Madrid dominated the game with 64 percent possession and fired 10 shots, three of which were on target, while Celta Vigo had 13 shots and four of them were on target.

With this record, Madrid maintained a 100 percent record with a clean sweep of three consecutive wins from three matches. Carlo Ancelotti's team is at the top of the standings with nine points.

Here are the full results of matches in the Premier League and LaLiga:

LaLiga (Week 3)

Las Palmas 0-0 Real Sociedad
Celta Vigo 0-1 Real Madrid

Premier League (Week 3)

Chelsea 3-0 Luton Town

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