Quite an imposing figure on the pitch with his physical prowess, Tiemoue Bakayoko showed his quality in the 4-0 win against Stoke City on Saturday. The Frenchman single-handedly started the move for two of the four goals that Chelsea scored against the Potters.
The London club took the lead within the first two minutes after some brilliant work from Bakayoko. It was his interception and run that set the gears in motion for Morata’s first goal.
And the former Monaco player was at it again when he intercepted a pass from Stoke City defender Glen Johnson, eventually resulting in Alvaro Morata’s second of the night.
The Spaniard was at his lethal best with a hat-trick, but so was the Frenchman with his insane ball-winning ability on display.
Check out both the interceptions from Bakayoko below:
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