The real definition of a real squad with unimaginable young talents is Chelsea. The Blues have all they require and to win trophies in the coming seasons.
Last night in a game between fulham, Chelsea Manager Thomas Tuchel decided to do something new by playing all young boys and see the outcome.
The two boys were excellent last night especially Kai Havertz who was the man of the match by winning all three points for Chelsea from his two early goals in each half.
Havertz is linking well with the boys and acknowledges their effort and support to lift him to Glory. Players like Mason Mount can not be left behind here. In last night's game, Mount was given a completely different role and this did not affect the productivity of the game with a beautiful assist that gave Chelsea the lead.
It's now clear that young players are getting equal chances under Tuchel and many of them are showing the real quality that will make it hard for them to be left on the bench again.
Chelsea is now sitted comfortably in the fourth position thanks to Kai Havertzs two goals and is now only two points behind Leicester City.
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