Chelsea remained top of the Premier League with a hard-battled 2-1 success at Watford on Wednesday in a match that was ended for 32 minutes after an onlooker experienced heart failure.
Substitute Hakim Ziyech snatched the victor for the forerunners in the 72nd moment, changing over a cross from Mason Mount — the England midfielder who had placed Chelsea in front in the 29th moment.
By then, at that point, the groups had been taken off by the ref in view of the health related crisis in the stands that occurred after around 13 minutes. The occurrence occurred on the field where Chelsea left back Marcos Alonso was positioned and he seemed to alarm the arbitrator and the clinical staff on the touchline.
The observer was balanced out and removed on a cot to praise from the group.
Emmanuel Dennis balanced for Watford in the 43rd moment after Ruben Loftus-Cheek — one of various periphery players gave a beginning by Chelsea supervisor Thomas Tuchel — was seized in the middle circle by Moussa Sissoko, who drove forward and set up his partner to score.
Chelsea stay a point in front of Manchester City and two clear of Liverpool on a night when each of the three groups won.