Al-Washeel touch Looks like a little work has been done at Chelsea. Today, an 18-year-old Belgian takes care of that.
The English first team won the Champions League two seasons ago and showed themselves “the best of the rest” last year after the giant battle in the Premier League between Liverpool and Manchester City. Both results are under the guidance of coach Tuchel.
But this year he has yet to sway at The Blues. Raheem Sterling and his teammates perform very choppy and only count 7 points after five games. The new addition to Chelsea’s front line provided an early lead today.
But again, Tuchel’s team couldn’t convince and move on. exactly the contrary.
First, the brilliant Romeo Lafia took the lead. He smashed Southampton by his side in half an hour. At 18, 7 months and 24 days old, he is the youngest Belgian player to score in the Premier League. This record was held by Adnan Januzaj, who was 18 years and 8 months old when he scored his first goal.
Shortly before the end of the first half, Adam Armstrong made it 2-1 with a skewed ball.
The only damper on the bustle at Southampton: After an hour of play, Romeo Lavia was sent to the bathrooms with a muscle injury. Home fans gave the pain a standing ovation. From Chelsea’s corner, the silence was deafening throughout the match.
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