Chelsea star Hakim Ziyech impressed as the Blues beat Burnley 3-0 at Turf Moor on Saturday.
Making his first league start for the Blues, Ziyech wrong-footed Burnley keeper Nick Pope, expertly dispatching Tammy Abraham’s lay-off in the 26th minute to net his first Premier League goal.
Defender Kurt Zouma doubled the advantage just after the hour mark, rising highest to head home a Mason Mount corner.
And Morocco international Ziyech then turned provider seven minutes later, sliding through Timo Werner who side-footed an effort beyond the onrushing Pope.
Ziyech’s goal and assist means he’s the first player to score and assist on his first Premier League start since Ruben Neves in August 2018, and the third African player to ever do so, after Mohamed Salah and Dame N’Doye.