Former Arsenal star Willian and Lucas Modric have reacted following Mateo Kovacic's statement during the post-match press conference.
Kovacic stepped up with a resounding performance as he netted his first goal at Stamford bridge that, in addition to Lukaku's goals, saw Chelsea bag three points an outstanding 3-0 win against Aston Villa.
After the match, the former Real Madrid star couldn't hide his joy as he took to Instagram to celebrity his 49th-minute goal. He posted:
"Finally scored at the Bridge, great team performance 💪🏻."
Reacting to Mateo Kovacic's statement, Willian, Antonio Rüdiger, Modric, and fans took to the comment section to heap praises on him.
Chelsea's win now means that the Blues are jointly leading the Premier League table alongside Manchester United who beat Newcastle United 4-1. The 2 teams are now seen as the most formidable Premier League clubs currently with some pundits further arguing that this season's league cup will be won by one of the clubs.
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