Callum Hudson-Odoi delighted to mark his UEFA Champions League debut with an assist against Lille



Forward Callum Hudson-Odoi has expressed delight in helping Chelsea beat Lille OSC in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night. 

The 18-year old who just returned from injury provided the assist for Willian’s winner as the Blues snatch a 2-1 away victory in France.

“Champions league debut, 3 points and another assist,” Hudson-Odoi tweeted after the game.

Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham opened the scoring for the Blues after controlling a cross from Fikayo Tomori before striking a ferocious shot into the net.

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Nigerian forward Victor Osihem then leveled for Lille 11 minutes after Chelsea’s opener. The strong forward rose above the Blues defenders to nod home the equalizer.

Hudson-Odoi was brought on in the second half by manager Frank Lampard and the teenager did not disappoint as he manufactured the winner.


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Willian received a cross from Hudson-Odoi and perfectly volleyed into the net to record manager Frank Lampard’d first win in the UEFA Champions League.

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