Chelsea youngster Tino Anjorin scores spectacular goal on loan at Huddersfield
Chelsea starlet Tino Anjorin scored a wonderful goal for Huddersfield in their 2-2 draw with West Brom in the Championship on Saturday.
The Terriers, who have only won one game this season, threw away a two-goal lead to draw with the Baggies in a tight affair at the John Smith’s stadium.
However, it was the 20-year-old on-loan midfielder who shone for Danny Schofield’s men scoring a brace, the first of which being an early contender for Championship goal of the season.
Anjorin v West Brom
The 20-year-old midfielder has had an impressive start to life on loan at Huddersfield and his performance against the Baggies was proof of that.
Anjorin, who has also excelled at England youth level, re-joined the club on a season-long loan after spending the second half of last season on loan at the Championship club.
He was an offensive threat throughout the game, especially in the first half where he single-handedly dismantled Steve Bruce’s team.
His two goals, the first being the pick of the bunch, both oozed confidence and class beyond his years and were a testament to the young midfielders’ quality and potential.
The brace against the Baggies, which deserved to end in three points, were his first goals for the season in five appearances for the club.
If he can continue scoring goals like that, it will not be long before he gets the attention of Thomas Tuchel back at his parent club.
In other Chelsea news, Wesley Fofana has responded to Gary Lineker’s farewell message to him.