Mudryk came into the starting lineup and earned a penalty in Chelsea's match-winning performance
Chelsea's Ukrainian midfielder Mykhailo Mudryk had a great home match in the 14th round of the English Premier League against Brighton. The 22-year-old Ukrainian national team player came into the starting lineup and earned a penalty in the second half.
In the 65th minute, Mykhailo was running away one-on-one with the goalkeeper, but was brought down by a defender.
After watching the video replay, the head referee Craig Pawson awarded an 11-meter penalty, which was converted by Argentine Enzo Fernandez.
In the 81st minute, the Ukrainian was replaced by Albanian Armando Brocha. After that, the Blues conceded a goal, but still managed to keep the winning score 3-2.
As OBOZ.UA reported, on October 21, Mudryk scored his second goal for the London club. Our compatriot scored a fantastic shot in the match of the 9th round of the English Premier League against Arsenal (2:2). In this game, he also earned a penalty kick for Chelsea.
Mudryk joined Chelsea in January this year for €100 million. Since then, he has taken part in 25 games in all competitions, scoring two assists.
In addition, on October 2, Mykhailo scored his debut goal for the Blues. Back then, in the 7th round of the English Premier League, our compatriot scored against Fulham.