Havertz, Mount And Hudson-Odoi Holds The Future For Chelsea

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Mason Mount and Callum Hudson-Odoi both produced timely reminders of their worth in wildly different scenarios, as they were the men who hauled their side to a three-goal comeback after a disastrous first half on Saturday evening when the Blues encountered West Bromwich Albion. It was a calamity that could have led to defeat or worse humiliation if changes that led the draw were not made but Lampard’s decisive action saw Cesar Azpilicueta on for Marcos Alonso and Hudson-Odoi replace Mateo Kovacic at half-time.

Those changes led to a formation shift to 4-3-3 and Mount, who had been in an unnatural right-wing position to accommodate others, moved to his favoured No 8 spot in the middle of the pitch, and at the end, Chelsea saw a comeback draw.

Source: Goal.com

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