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Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi was given a rare start in the 1-1 draw between Aston Villa and Chelsea, and had a decent game.
After the game, Hudson-Odoi tweeted: “A hard point to take.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard was pleased with the performance of Hudson-Odoi as he said after the game: “I liked Callum’s performance today and I liked is range of passing, which was very evident in the first half. A couple of great crossfield balls and some of his movement and touches were great.
“The obvious next part is end product because what we want to see from Callum, and I think he did it against Arsenal when he came on, is to be confident to go one-on-one because he has the ability to do it.
“That, and to get crosses in like he did for Tammy, and to get goals and to arrive in the box, because that’s the level of top wingers in the Premier League.”