Former Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas couldn’t get sufficient of Mason Mount’s help within the Champions League closing.
The England midfielder’s very good by ball led to Kai Havertz giving the Blues a 42nd-minute lead towards Man City in Porto.
Havertz poked the ball round Ederson to faucet into an empty web with City’s defending described as ‘suicidal’ by talkSPORT commentator Stuart Pearce.
And Fabregas, who received two Premier League titles and an FA Cup throughout a four-and-a-half-year spell at Chelsea, was impressed by Mount.
He tweeted: “What a ball!! @masonmount_10 that’s what I’m speaking about!”
Mount grew to become the primary Englishman to register an help in a Champions League closing since Wes Brown’s cross was headed in by Cristiano Ronaldo towards Chelsea within the 2008 showdown.
To additional spotlight Mount’s affect within the first-half for Chelsea, the 22-year-old created extra probabilities (3) than all the Man City facet (2).
Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano claims Chelsea rejected gives to mortgage or promote Mount final summer time as they deemed their academy graduate ‘untouchable’.
One man who will probably be beaming with pleasure is Mount’s father, Tony.
Talking forward of the Champions League closing, Mount Snr informed talkSPORT: “Mason has had a very good season and I’m very proud.
“I’m proud for plenty of causes. On the sector and off the sector. We’re very fortunate.”