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Mauricio Pochettino is happy with two of his players after Brighton match.

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Mauricio Pochettino is happy with the performance of Enzo Fernandez and Levi Colwill. Goals from both these players helped Chelsea grab all the 3 points against Brighton and Hove Albion. Moreover, the blues are on the 10th position in the league at the moment and they’re aiming for the champions league spot. They will play Manchester United on Wednesday. Chelsea would want to win against the Red Devils in order to further strengthen their chances for the top 4. As of now, the coach is very happy with two of these players. A brace from Enzo Fernandez was a much needed one for both the coach and the player. Because of this performance, Fernandez will be confident enough to perform in the next match.

As per Chelseachronicle, the Argentine coach was full of praises for both of these players. He spoke to various platforms including the club’s official website.

” I’m very happy with their performance. Goals from Enzo Fernandez and Levi Colwill shoes that different types of players are appearing on the scoresheet. For Enzo, it was a much needed performance as his got his first and second premier league goal. I’m happy that different players are scoring goals.” – Mauricio Pochettino said.

Mauricio Pochettino is happy that players are stepping up when required.

Imagine what would happen if I tell you before the match that none from Raheem Sterling, Nicolas Jackson and Cole Palmer will score against Brighton? You’d probably say that Chelsea will lose without any of these players scoring. But we all know what happened against Brighton. A midfielder and a defender scored but no forward could find the back of the net. However, Pochettino is still happy with the performance of his team in this match as all kinds of players in his team are getting on the scoresheet.

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