Frank Lampard and Mykhaylo Mudryk hail Noni Madueke’s performance in Chelsea’s 3-1 win over Bournemouth
Noni Madueke received plaudits from Frank Lampard and Mykhaylo Mudryk after Chelsea’s 3-1 victory over Bournemouth, which ended the team’s losing streak.
Madueke, meanwhile, was at the forefront of his game once more and displayed brilliance on the right side, taking on Matias Vina with assurance. He was constantly creating trouble for the Cherries’ defence and seemed like a very dynamic outlet for us down the flanks.
The 21-year-old was brilliant against Arsenal as well, giving the Chelsea attack optimism. He also scored the first goal for the Blues in their 3-1 loss to the Gunners.
The former PSV Eindhoven player proved to the incoming Blues manager why he should start above other players and why he is deserving of a prominent place in the team’s future plans.
After the game, Madueke posted on his Instagram with the caption (h/t Football.London):
“Beauty is knowing that there are positives but also things that require work. Love to the travelling fans; you guys got us over the line. To God be the glory every time!”
Meanwhile, Mudryk commented on the 21-year-old photo with the comment, “Boy is cooking.” Interim Blues boss Lampard also had nothing but admiration for Madueke, saying:
“Noni was very sharp, considering he was not so well on Wednesday and Thursday. He trained yesterday.”
He deserved those praises given he barely played any games for Chelsea this season, but in the last two matches he has demonstrated his potential, and Lampard should start him over other players for the remaining games.
He has that talent that is waiting to burst onto the scene, and we think with the right manager he will be a future Chelsea star player, along with Mudryk. This was what the Chelsea fans were waiting for all this while.
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Given that he is only 21, he was extremely brilliant against Bournemouth and has been one of our best players over the previous two games. The future is bright for the former Tottenham Hotspur academy player. He just needs a manager who will trust in him and hand him starts. This looks like a very good signing. Thanks PSV Eindhoven!