Chelsea were in action yesterday against Ac Milan at Stamford Bridge as they looked forward to forward to grab their first victory in the Champions League this season.
In yesterday's match, Fofana opened the scoring in the 24th minute of the game after Inter Milan goalkeeper made an error from close range. In the second half, Aubameyang added the second one in the 56th minute before Reece James sealed the win in the 62nd minute.
In that match, one of the Blues players who impressed is Loftus-Cheek. The Chelsea midfielder was outstanding at their midfield as he made sure it remained solid throughout the match.
Graham Porter has been starting him from the bench in the recent matches. Yesterday, he Gabe Inter Milan strikers a headache to pass their midfield. He not only defended well but also created multiple chances upfront. He ended up grabbing an assist in that match.
Loftus-Cheek top perfomance in yesterday's match proved he can be unstoppable in the coming matches if he's given more playing time.
This now means that Loftus-Cheek proved Graham Porter wrong for benching him after yesterday's top perfomance.
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