Chelsea youngster, Callum Hudson – Odoi, put in a scintillating display during his side’s Europa league clash with Paok Thessaonki at the Toumba stadium, Greece, yesterday which ended 4-0 in their favour. The 18 years old also got on the scoresheet after a mazy run down the left hand channel before going on to assist Alvaro Morata for their fourth of the night with a wonderful pin point cross from the left for the Spaniard to nod home.
The youngster’s goal sets him apart as the youngest player to have scored a goal at the competition since 2009. Amasing isn’t it???
The win yesterday saw the Blues returned to winning ways after their humiliation at the hands of Tottenham during the domestic meeting between side over the weekend. It also preserved their 100 percent run in the Europa league.
Callum whose goal during the clash yesterday was his first for the Blues in a competitive fixture then took to his twitter handle at the end of the match to react by revealing how happy he is to get his first goal for his club.
What he said:
A dream come true, buzzing to get my first goal and assist for the team I’ve been playing for from the age of 8 years old, hopefully many more opportunities to come 🙏🏾❤️⚽️ pic.twitter.com/dqPoW9WLOz
— Callum Hudson-Odoi (@Calteck10) November 29, 2018