Silva was always available to give guidance, as one might expect from a leader. Even though the Brazilian defender has only been in the country for ten months and is not fluent in English, he has picked up enough football terms to get by on the field.
As Gilmour shifted, Silva yelled "GOOD!" to his youthful teammate, and Chelsea magically cleared the freekick.
Timo Werner assisted Kai Havertz's second goal in the triumph over Fulham, and football analyst Chris Coleman said the pass was on the level of Lionel Messi.
"If Lionel Messi made a pass like that, we would not stop talking about it because it's such a hard pass to make." Said Chris Coleman. Werner Has risen over the charts despite lacking goals and has become the leading 'Assist King' at Stamford Bridge this season.
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