Chelsea attacking midfielder Mason Mount has broken the record set by Thomas Tuchel after he scored and assisted the Blues’ hard-fought 2-1 win over Watford in the Premier League.
Once back to 1-1 thanks to Emmanuel Denis’ equaliser, The England international played a sharp drag inside the penalty area which was completed clinically and aggressively by the substitute Hakim Ziyech Who snatched the winner tonight in Cannes win Director Tuchel described him as “lucky”.
However, a win is a win and these three points maintain a thin buffer for title rivals Man City and Liverpool who have won their matches against Aston Villa and Everton respectively.
In the process of obtaining the three basic points in Hertfordshire, The player who finished 19th in this year’s Ballon d’Or awards, he justified that inclusion by a record he obtained that is only attributable to him for the time being.
This is because the 22-year-old became the first Chelsea A player scoring 10 goals under Tuchel’s direction, which only shows how the academy product has become an integral part of the Blues’ side aiming for more titles this season after the success of the Champions League at the end of last season.
Here’s how a select number of supporters reacted to this specific statistic that was circulated on social media with the vast majority of comments on the negative side of the scale.
Tweet embed He tweeted: “This is a shocking statistic, tbh.”
Tweet embed Agreed upon: “God, God, this is terrible for you.”
Tweet embed His weight in his balanced judgment: “Good for him but it highlights how incompetent the attackers are.”
Tweet embed In similar words: “This isn’t impressive at all, and it shows how badly attackers need to step up.”
Tweet embed They made their two-word verdict: “Not good.”
exactly the contrary, Tweet embed He only wanted to focus on the positives in this situation: ‘Starboy [followed by a star emoji]”.
Tweet embed He summed up his feelings about this with one phrase: “Invaluable.”
Despite this achievement for the player who had his chance under Frank Lampard In Derby and in West London, Mount himself was in no festive mood after the Hornets’ flight He also revealed the harsh words Tuchel said to him and the rest of the team in the first half after a first slump on Vicarage Road.
“He said some tough words to us in the dressing room and got us going,” the England international told Amazon Prime Video after the match.
“We know that as a group, but he obviously said it. As individuals, as leaders in the group, we knew we didn’t start far enough. For 11 minutes, we didn’t hold the ball, or put it in their half. We knew individually.”
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On the individual performance of Mount himself and the analyst Danny Murphy He rightly pointed out in today’s game the importance the Cobham graduate places on Chelsea’s chances of winning their first Premier League title in more than four years at the end of the season.
Murphy said:he did not do [disappoint]. He has that quality and desire to stay on the trail and keep getting into dangerous areas.
“he missed it A bit of game time lately with some dental issues but you know what you get from it. You have great technique, great touch, and a willingness to get into places that will score: his goals.
“He appears left and right – no matter where he plays he is always a threat. When they needed someone in a match where they were poor in the first half – those moments in matches, that’s the difference between the top teams.
“They only need a chance or two. He rarely makes the wrong decision.”
Mount is one of nine nominees in our Fan Player of the Year poll and you can vote for him, Jorginho or Mendy below.
Next is the trip to East London where Mount will be reunited with the goal of long-term transfer to West London Club and best friend Declan rice.
With the growing injury problems hampering imagine Being able to pick his strongest 11 players, the German may need another goal from his star player if the West London team wants to come out with the three points in this London derby.