Video of Enzo Fernandez’s highlights vs Liverpool goes viral, he was incredible

A video montage showcasing the performance of Chelsea’s midfielder Enzo Fernandez in the Sunday match, which ended in a 1-1 draw against Liverpool, has gained widespread attention.

Fernandez, hailing from Argentina, assumed a deeper role in the midfield for the Chelsea squad. He adeptly controlled and organized Mauricio Pochettino’s team in the absence of key players.

Following a triumphant World Cup journey with Argentina, Fernandez made a noteworthy move to Chelsea from Benfica in January, setting a new British record transfer fee of £106.8 million.

Despite Chelsea encountering challenges during the match, the 21-year-old exhibited an impressive start at Stamford Bridge, showcasing a string of remarkable performances.

In the encounter against Liverpool, Fernandez initiated his team on a positive note with yet another exceptional display.

As a result of his standout performance, he was rightfully designated as the player of the match by Sky Sports co-commentator Gary Neville at the conclusion of the 1-1 draw.

Furthermore, a video compilation showcasing the midfielder’s impressive performance has gained immense popularity.

Compilation of Chelsea star Enzo Fernandez after POTM display

Fernandez was involved at both ends of the pitch at Stamford Bridge, breaking up Liverpool attacks while creating chances of his own.

You can see the compilation below

At one stage, the midfielder can be seen receiving the ball on the halfway line, with his back to goal, before laying the ball off to Raheem Sterling and charging into the penalty area.

Then, on another occasion, the 21-year-old wins the ball back, before carrying it into the attacking half and launching a lofted through ball.

His all-round qualities were on show throughout the game – and Fernandez hopes to be a key player in a surprise Blues title charge this season.

Speaking toChelsea’s official websiteearlier this week, he admitted: “The main aim this year is to win the Premier League. Now we have a new head coach, you have to say the expectations of us have changed.

“Obviously, when I arrived, everything was difficult, there were lots of changes going on and everything happened so fast for me.

“We want to be an aggressive team that attacks and defends well, that goes into every game to win it, no matter the opponent. We want to dominate every game we’re in.”

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