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Chelsea show flashes of potential but their new stars fail to shine

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Reece James’s strike was the most spectacular and most crucial for Frank Lampard’s Chelsea side.

Jorginho sent Ryan the wrong way.

James' was the most spectacular and the most crucial, the right-back's swerving piledriver from 30 metres regaining the lead for Chelsea at 2-1 in the 56th minute, just two minutes after Brighton equalized through Leandro Trossard.

James quickly put Chelsea back in front with a stunning strike that flew into the roof of the net, and the right-back sent in the corner that Zouma met with a volley that ricocheted in off Brighton defender Adam Webster's right foot.

Photo: Getty Images A Chelsea team featuring just two of its slew of high-profile and expensive signings got off to a winning start in the Premier League by beating Brighton last night.

Goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga was handed a start by Chelsea manager Frank Lampard but his failure to keep out Trossard's 54th-minute shot from outside the area will likely keep the scrutiny on him.

Timo Werner and Kai Havertz - signed for a combined £125million - didn't manage to score at Amex Stadium, either, with Chelsea's goals coming from Jorginho, Reece James and Kurt Zouma.
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