Of course, the Thomas Tuchel's man really deserves the award, as he helped Chelsea massively against the Sérgio Conceição's men. And, his performances and contributions deserve to win him the award. .
Officially, Uefa have announced Chelsea's Jorginho as their winner, for tonight's man of the match award. As, the Blues midfielder wizard wins the award, based on his performance and contribution for the Thomas Tuchel's men.
Obviously, Jorginho singlehandedly controlled and dominated, the midfield against Porto tonight. As, he was all over the midfield disturbing and frustrating the Portuguese team. As a matter of fact, all the Blues players dazzled greatly, but the Italian midfielder outplayed them from the midfield.
Only Jorginho was in the midfield throughout the first-half, with Kovavic going back and forth attacking and defending against the Sérgio Conceição's men. However, the Italian midfielder stood firm and still in the midfield, and he singlehandedly rescued Chelsea from the midfield.
Although, the Blues midfielder wasn't on the scoresheet for Chelsea, but he bagged an assist, as per Mason Mount's first goal. And, he orchestrated the second goal that was assisted by Kovacic. That showed how amazing and outstanding Jorginho played and helped Chelsea.
Summarily, Jorginho has won Uefa man of the match award, as per his performance and contribution against Porto this night.
Does Jorginho really deserve the award?
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