CHELSEA fans sang the praises of Cobham’s latest production Lewis Hall as the 17-year-old scored an assist on his senior debut.
Teenager Hall has been included in Thomas Tuchel’s starting line-up for Saturday’s FA Cup third round game against Chesterfield.
Hall lined up to the left of a three-man defense at the sold-out Stamford Bridge.
And he made a big impression when he became Chelsea’s youngest player in the FA Cup.
Hall played a key role in Timo Werner’s sixth-minute opener for the first time.
And the Blues took a 2-0 lead thanks to Callum Hudson-Odoi’s save before Hall really made his mark in the game.
Starlet made a dash down the left wing before sending the ball across the Chesterfield penalty area.
And club record £97.5m buyout Romelu Lukaku was there to bring the ball home, leaving home fans bewildered.
Hall was soon followed by another ‘assist’, as his long-range shot was blocked by the away keeper only to be headed by Andreas Christensen.
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