When Frank Lampard was sacked by Chelsea, it was certain that Mason Mount had lost a big admirer. Mason Mount had enjoyed a tremendous playing time when Frank Lampard was overseeing the affairs at Stamford bridge.
The England international was the most used Player under Frank Lampard as he has the highest number of appearances. Hardly would there be a Premier league game that Frank Lampard won't start Mason Mount. It got to a certain level where some Chelsea Fans started referring to him as Frank Lampard's son.
He was on the bench against Wolves but Thomas Tuchel granted him a start against Burnley and Tottenham Hotspurs.
His performance away at Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium on Thursday evening, if anything, has proved those accusing Frank Lampard of favouritism wrong.
He played a key role in ensuring Chelsea dominance in the encounter. He also interchanged position with Timo Werner to allow the struggling Striker have more space in the front.
Mount might have been overused during Frank Lampard era but his good form under Thomas Tuchel will help bury the narrative of his critics.
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