Real Madrid star sends message to Hudson-Odoi

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Chelsea defeated Norwich City 1-0 at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night, and Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi was a second-half substitute in that game.

The three points was enough for Chelsea to maintain their position in third place, and the win was a relief for the Blues players who were beaten 3-0 by Sheffield United at Bramall Lane.

Following the win against Norwich, Hudson-Odoi posted a picture of himself celebrating the victory on Instagram.

Real Madrid ace Vinicius Jr was in the comments session, as he hailed Chelsea’s teenage sensation.

Vinicius Jr accompanied Hudson-Odoi’s post with a star emoji: “Crack.”

The term is a slang in Spanish and Portuguese for a top player, however, Vinicius took his comment down hours after it had generated a number of comments.

Meanwhile, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has vowed that his side will try to beat Chelsea when the two sides meet next week.

“We have all been waiting ages, some of us 30 years, and we will finally get this Premier League trophy and it will be a big moment for all of us and our families,” Klopp said.

“That’s 100%.

“Before that, we have to play a game. For five millions reasons, we will try to win it.

“I have had this situation twice in my life where we have got the trophy on the day.

“It will be difficult, especially when the other team is Chelsea and they are fighting with all they have to get in the Champions League.

“After the game, whatever happens the boys deserve that and we all deserve that. We will have a proper ceremony.

“But we have a football game to play before that and I want to win that.”

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