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Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi has a new name after his performance in the 1-0 victory over Newcastle United on Saturday at Stamford Bridge.
Hudson-Odoi provided the assist for Marcos Alonso’s goal, his third assist in just three Premier League games.
Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has given Hudson-Odoi a new name after his assist against Newcastle.
Replying to a post on Hudson-Odoi’s Instagram, Abraham called the 18 year old “assister”.
Meanwhile, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard was delighted with Hudson-Odoi’s performance against Newcastle United.
“I thought he was good, really good, in terms of product on the wing and taking people on,” Lampard said of the 18-year-old, who has assisted a goal in three consecutive league appearances. “He looked sharp, getting at people – a big threat. I am really pleased with that.
“The end product will come even more with Callum. Coming inside and getting his shots away, he was giving them a big problem, so it was great to see and for the fans to see. Callum needs to carry on doing that.
“There is the other side of the game, off the ball. He knows that he can get better at that, and he will do. There are glimpses today of some of the special stuff he has got.”