Fikayo Tomori is currently on loan in Ac Milan after he fell out of favor at Chelsea during the first half of the campaign, with a loan away from the club the most logical option for all involved. He plays the role of a defender and he is 23 years of age born on the 19th of December 1997. He is being allowed to play regular football at one of the World's most historic clubs. Tomori who scored a goal in the 82nd minute of the game against Juventus on Sunday was a special one for Chelsea's Loanee. Ac Milan who played against Juventus and won 3-0 with Tomori, Diaz, and Rebic putting their names in Seria A score sheet and also a huge fixture in the race for the top four, Not only did he produce a moment to remember in his career on a personal level, but he has also written his name into the Serie A record books.
Tomori soared up to 2.63m in the air when he scored his first goal against Juventus also setting a new Seria A record. The previous holder was Cristiano Ronaldo who hit a height of 2.54m with his goal against Sampdoria last season.
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