The Former Netherlands playmaker Rafael Van der Vaart has applaud Chelsea winger for his blistering form in there recent match win over Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford bridge.
Hakim Ziyech, who signed for Chelsea in a disclosed fee of £33M opening the scoring in the 47min of the game on Sunday after a wonderful pass from Odoi.
This goal was his sixth goal of the season and consecutively scoring in a two games, with his latest coming against Tottenham Hotspur which was pick of the game. After receiving a through pass outside the box and beautifully curling it into the top corner to spark the Stamford bridge with smile.
But the winger season has been stop-play due to the fact that he can’t really cage out a starting XI in tuchel best. But his performance as of late is showing the player is really growing to become more important than before at the bridge. Yeah, His current form needs to continue for as long as the coach wanted.
Football Analyst Micah Richards said after the game against Tottenham “The guy was everywhere on the pitch” So good in the London Derby.
So, the ex-Tottenham playmaker Van der Vaart was over joyous of the winger activeness in the encounter days ago.
“He’s someone I knew well at Ajax then. An amazing player with good skills. Am so happy for him playing the way he had played in Netherlands. Yeah, a little pity he did all this against Spurs. It was Wonderful goal and the best in the game so far.” Van der Vaart said (BBC Radio 5 live).
Unknowingly, Thomas Tuchel dazzled with his formation from his initial 3-4-3 system and changed it to another style of play to suit and maybe bring the best form out of the players.
The Chelsea head coach has been forced to carry out some dimension of tactics due to injuries worries and illness in his squad, So the fans who had missed seeing a back four at bridge see the return of one lately.
Some tactics changes issued out by the Chelsea coach is 3-4-3, 4-2-2-2, 4-2-3-1, 4-1-4-1 shapes, which has helped some individual players get back to form. Which Ziyech finds himself in that category.
It’s noticed that the Moroccan left winger finds it more easier to operate on the right flank to do the damage, but can swap to he left flank in so game if it’s necessary.
It’s as though a defining moment of his career where he can continue growing or see out his form grow otherwise at the bridge.
Let keep our fingers across to see more damages Hakim Ziyech will cause his opposition later on.