LOAN REPORT: KURT ZOUMA SCORES VITAL GOAL PLUS MORE

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After another round of football action during the weekend, there were some positives for some Chelsea players who are away on loan.

See how the players fared on loan during the weekend.

For Kurt Zouma, the 24-year-old scored a vital goal for Everton as the Toffees returned to winning ways with a 2-0 win against Bournemouth. Zouma scored a powerful header and was resilient in defence as Everton won for the first time in their last five league games.

Another Chelsea player who found the back of the net is Kasey Palmer. After spending the first half of the campaign with Blackburn, Palmer moved to fellow Championship side Bristol City and started his career there with a bang when he netted the winner for the Robins five minutes after coming off the bench in a 2-1 win over Bolton. Tomas Kalas started for Bristol City and Jay Dasilva came on as a substitute.

Also in the Championship, another player to have started a fresh loan spell is Lewis Baker. The Chelsea loanee came on as a substitute to make his bow for Reading who beat nine-man Nottingham Forest 2-0.

Playing as a right-back, Todd Kane helped Hull City keep a clean sheet and record a 3-0 win over a Sheffield Wednesday side containing another Chelsea loanee Michael Hector.

Wigan defeated Tammy Abraham’s Aston Villa 3-0 as Reece James was in defence for the winning side and Abraham on the receiving end.

Chelsea youngster Trevoh Chalobah (younger brother of Nathaniel Chalobah) helped Ipswich record a valuable 1-0 win over Rotherham to boost their hopes of survival. Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori were in action as Derby County fell to a 2-0 defeat against Leeds on Friday night.

Outside England, Tiemoue Bakayoko played for AC Milan in their Coppa Italia tie as they beat Sampdoria 2-0 after extra-time to reach the quarter-finals.

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