Chelsea ended their nine-game winless run in all competitions with a 3-1 victory over Bournemouth in the English Premier League on Saturday. This was the first win for interim manager Frank Lampard and it was a game Chelsea had to win if they wanted to turn their fortunes around.

The Blues were without their star striker, Tammy Abraham, who was ruled out due to injury. However, that didn't stop them from taking the game to Bournemouth, who started the game brightly. In the 23rd minute, Chelsea took the lead through Spanish winger Pedro, who scored a stunning goal from outside the box.

Bournemouth responded well and dominated possession for the rest of the first half. They got their equaliser in the 45th minute, thanks to a fine strike from their midfielder, Dan Gosling. The score was level at halftime, but Chelsea came out firing on all cylinders in the second half.

Just five minutes after the restart, Chelsea took the lead again through Brazilian winger, Willian. He scored a brilliant goal from inside the box after some excellent work from Mason Mount. The goal gave Chelsea the confidence they needed to take control of the game.

In the 73rd minute, Chelsea scored their third goal of the match and put the game beyond Bournemouth's reach. Scottish full-back, Emerson Palmieri, scored the goal with a low shot from outside the box. Bournemouth tried to make a comeback but Chelsea's defence held strong and the game ended 3-1 in favour of the visitors.

This win was crucial for Chelsea, who had been struggling to get results in recent weeks. The Blues were unbeaten in their first five league games of the season but had not won a game since September. The victory at Bournemouth could be the turning point they needed to get their season back on track.

On the other hand, it was another disappointing result for Bournemouth, who have struggled for consistency this season. The Cherries had started the season well, but they have now lost five of their last six league games.

In conclusion, Chelsea's win over Bournemouth was a much-needed boost for Lampard and his team. The Blues played some excellent football and looked like a team hungry for victory. They will now look to build on this result and turn their season around.