Raheem Sterling’s brace helped Chelsea beat Luton Town 3-0 at Stamford Bridge.
The match marked Pochettino’s first competitive win as the head coach of Chelsea, after failing to secure victories in the team’s first two Premier League games against Liverpool and West Ham United.
Sterling opened the scoring in the 17th minute – the speedy winger received the ball from the right-hand side, dribbled past Luton’s defenders, and finished with precision to put the home side ahead.
In the 68th minute, Sterling extended Chelsea’s lead. Malo Gusto provided a perfect cross, and Sterling calmly slotted the ball home to score his second goal of the match.
Luton’s troubles continued as Chelsea’s Nicolas Jackson scored in the 75th minute. Sterling delivered a driven cross, and Jackson, positioned at the back post, tapped in the ball for his first goal with the club.
Overall, Chelsea secured a convincing victory against Luton, with Sterling’s standout performance playing a crucial role in the team’s success. This win marked a turning point for Pochettino’s tenure as the head coach of Chelsea.