The Belgian international midfielder Romeo Lavia made his debut after coming off the bench in the second half in a 2-1 victory against Cystal Palace at the Stamford Bridge.

Lavia has been out since his move to Chelsea from Southampton in the summer due to an injury. He played alongside Moises Caicedo and Conor Gallagher in the midfield to help Chelsea dominate the game .

His introduction to the game gave Caicedo more freedom to move around the pitch and create more attacking chances. Lavia’s ability to defend and attack boosted Chelsea midfield and inspired the 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge last night.Lavia’s return from injury will boost Mauricio Pochettino’s midfield in the absence of Enzo Fernendez.

Christopher Nkunku also made his debut and first start for Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge where played 70 minutes before being subbed off. He had an impressive performance, creating more chances. Nkunku was involved in the build to the first goal that was scored by Mykhailo Mudryk.His partnership with Nicolas Jackson and Mudryk caused a lot of problems for Cystal Palace defenders.


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