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Hakim Ziyech Destroyed Ben Osborn With Savage Piece Of Skill During Chelsea Vs Sheffield United

Daniel Marland

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Hakim Ziyech Destroyed Ben Osborn With Savage Piece Of Skill During Chelsea Vs Sheffield United

Hakim Ziyech pulled the strings in Chelsea's victory over Sheffield United and one bit of skill left Ben Osborn in the dust.

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The Blues made it four wins in a row in all competitions with a 4-1 victory at Stamford Bridge on Saturday evening.

Victory takes them to third in the Premier League and a standout performer on the night was Ziyech, who provided two assists.

But the Moroccan's best moment came when his drag back baffled Osborn who remained rooted to the turf.

Fans have reacted to the 27-year-old and after a slow start, he's starting to become a favourite.








Despite Chelsea's dominant win, it was actually Sheffield United who took an early lead through David McGoldrick.

Sander Berge's low drive was deflected towards the forward who flicked the ball past a helpless Edouard Mendy in the ninth minute.

Tammy Abraham equalised 14 minutes later after a lovely cutback from Mateo Kovacic.

Frank Lampard's side would find themselves ahead later in the half through Ben Chilwell, who turned home courtesy of Ziyech.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

In the second half, another summer signing got in on the act as Thiago Silva headed home a Ziyech free-kick to put Chelsea 3-1 ahead.

Timo Werner then slotted past Aaron Ramsdale ten minutes from time to seal victory.

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Football News, Hakim Ziyech, Chelsea, Football, Sheffield United, Premier League

Daniel Marland
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