Chelsea has been blessed with a lot of youngsters from the youth academy, some it takes time before they become world-class, while others impress and break into the senior team to be a regular starter.
A player who excelled (Broke Into Chelsea First 11, Captained The Blues, and went ahead becoming a Chelsea Legend), is Former England defender and current Aston Villa Assistant Manager, John Terry was the player and presently there are a lot of players following JT's footstep to become Chelsea Legend, the likes of Reece James, Tammy Abraham, Callum Hudson Odoi, Billy Gilmour, and Mason mount.
The talking point of this article is Mason mount, the most improved and talented Chelsea Academy prospect under Thomas Tuchel.
The 22-Year-Old England Attacker got well known when former Chelsea Manager Frank Lampard introduced him to other Youth players, gave them minutes to prove themselves.
Mason Mount inspired his team in a 2-0 win against Albania as they fought hard to accomplish to win without conceding goals.
The first goal came from Harry Kane's header and Mason Mount.
Roy Keane praised the Chelsea Star After his outstanding goal against their opponents as he broke more records, he broke Frank Lampard's record after that game.
Roy Keane "his goal today was outstanding, he's always involved".
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