Chelsea's opening weekend Premier League victory came at Everton thanks to a penalty kick from Jorginho in first-half stoppage time.

Abdoulaye Doucoure's careless foul on Ben Chilwell came after Thomas Tuchel's team had gathered up 13 corners in the first half without threatening to score.

In the Euro 2020 final penalty shootout, Jordan Pickford stopped Jorginho, but this time, the Italy midfielder sent the England goalkeeper in the wrong direction.

Ben Godfrey suffered a significant injury in a 10th-minute collision with Pickford and Kai Havertz.

Frank Lampard's team fought hard and Anthony Gordon and Demarai Gray threatened on the break, but they couldn't beat a Chelsea backline bolstered by Kalidou Koulibaly.

Raheem Sterling was offside when Pickford fumbled N'Golo Kante's 43rd-minute shot for the Blues.

A Chelsea veteran scored the winner. Jorginho has scored 18 Premier League penalties despite high-profile misses.

With 20 penalty goals, he has the greatest percentage of any player with more than 10 goals in competition history.

Edouard Mendy tipped a header from James Tarkowski over his crossbar in the 24th minute.

Mendy responded quickly when a corner fell to Doucoure after halftime, so the midfielder couldn't atone for his error after Chilwell stole a Koulibaly pass.