The English Premier League governing body has on Tuesday reacted to Enzo Fernandez's outstanding performance for Chelsea football club, in their remarkable 3-1 victory over Leicester City football club at King Power stadium last weekend.
The Argentina national team star joined Chelsea football club from Benfica football club in the January transfer window, and he has been exceptional for the club in all competitions.
Enzo Fernandez was given a starting role in Chelsea football club's midfield alongside Mateo Kovacic and the duo were able to contribute to the team's well deserved victory over their host.
Goals from Kai Havertz, Mateo Kovacic and Ben Chilwell helped Chelsea football club to secure a convincing victory, while Patson Daka scored Leicester City's lone goal of the game.
The victory over Leicester City football club has now helped Chelsea football club to win three consecutive matches in all competitions, having defeated Leeds United football club and Borussia Dortmund football club in their previous matches.
Enzo Fernandez was outstanding for Chelsea football club in the game and his excellent performance did not go unnoticed, and that also helped him to win the Man of the Match award.
Reacting to Enzo Fernandez's brilliant display for Chelsea football club in their last game against Leicester City football club, the Premier League posted on their verified Twitter handle on Tuesday evening that;
"Chelsea football club have got Enzo in the middle."
Photo credit: Twitter.
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