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Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi returned back to form as he scored a goal in Chelsea’s 2-0 victory over Nottingham Forest.
Hudson-Odoi has struggled for form this season, especially since recovering from a ruptured Achilles tendon injury.
The 19-year-old scored and assisted a goal and was the star of the show as Chelsea beat Forest 2-0 to qualify for the next round of the FA Cup.
Speaking after the game, Hudson-Odoi admitted that he was angry with his form and the fact that he wasn’t able to score a goal all the while.
“I have been a bit agitated,” Hudson-Odoi admitted about the three-month gap without a goal.
“Thinking to myself that I have had chances and I need to convert more of them, be more clinical in front of goal, so in this game I thought to myself, hit it low and hard.
“Recently I have been thinking be patient, the goal will come if you be yourself, be calm, everything will go your way. I am really happy that I got the goal and I am looking to build on it and keep going.
“But it is not just about the goal, it is about helping the team, working hard, keeping the ball, and overall I am happy with how everything went.”