“It’s always great to hear about something like this because it means you’re doing well. But I try not to think about it too much. It is special, but it’s not something that stresses me out. I just take the positive in it and see it as motivation. This means I have to continue as I am doing and, of course, try to do it even better.”
Bardghji could be the saving grace that Pochettino requires at Chelsea now that his position in the dugout has come under immense pressure. The teenage sensation predominantly operates on the right wing but has also been deployed as a striker previously, and he is capable of holding down the fort for the Blues up top until they are able to bring in a marquee No.9, such as Victor Osimhen, in the summer transfer window.