Chelsea are still unbeaten in all 31 matches when Trevoh Chalobah gets the start
England international and young football maestro, Trevoh Chalobah has been enjoying an incredible unbeaten streaks so far for the Blues when he gets a start with the run now extended to 31 games yesterday following their hard-fought win against Red Bull Salzburg.
Chelsea yesterday played their 5th group stage game of the current UEFA Champions League campaign away from home against the Austrian Bundesliga Champion where they won with a two goals to one scoreline at full time, courtesy of a goal each from Mateo Kovacic and Kai Havertz with the host netting their only goal from Junior Adamu.
The 23 year old was given a starting role to play in the thrilling encounter where he started at the heart of the back line alongside Marc Cucurella and Thiago Silva as the three-man defence line, and as such gave a solid performance in the whole 90 minutes duration of the game that got them advanced to the knockout stages.
Chelsea who had just one point after their first two Champions League game were able to retain the top spot on the table after winning their last three to book a spot in the round of 16, and as such maintained a 39-game unbeaten streaks when scoring first in the Champions League.
This unbeaten streaks for Trevoh Chalobah has impressively ended Red Bull Salzburg’s 40-game home unbeaten run spanning nearly two years on the run.
Trevoh Chalobah who is still undefeated in all 31 games he has started for Chelsea in his senior professional football career so far will be hoping to maintain the standard for his team in their next game as they continue their pursuit in the current campaign
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