Hudson-Odoi scores on return to round off Chelsea’s 7-1 romp against Grimsby

25 September 2019 08:53
There were eight minutes left when Reece James collected the ball 25 yards from goal, opened up his body and curled a lovely shot into the Grimsby net. The right-back had marked his debut by scoring Chelsea’s fifth goal and all Frank Lampard could do was give thanks to the club’s flourishing academy.Chelsea had six academy players on the pitch by the time they had moved into the fourth round of the Carabao Cup at the expense of Grimsby, with Callum Hudson-Odoi marking his new five-year deal by scoring the final goal in this 7-1 romp. Ian Maatsen and Tino Anjorin came on for their debuts and while Lampard is still waiting for his first clean sheet, this was an enjoyable way for him to claim his first home win. Related: MK Dons v Liverpool, Manchester United v Rochdale: Carabao Cup – live! Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian