Loan Watch: How the Blues fared at the weekend

Chelsea have a significant amount of players out on loan and the loanees arguably, had a very good weekend, with several finding the net and contributing to their teams result.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Isiah Brown both returned to the club as the pair continue their road to recovery following injuries in their respective loan spells.

Last Friday, Matt Miazga, Dabo and Mason Mount all started for Vitesse, and Miazga and Mount both scored for the Eredivisie side, along with clinching a clean sheet.

The majority of the Chelsea players who have gone out on loan this season, featured on Saturday, which included the likes of Kurt Zouma, Tomas Kalas, Lucas Piazon, Jeremie Boga, Ola Aina and several more.

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Todd Kane scoring the equaliser in the 89th minute for Oxford as they sealed a late comeback to stun Charlton.

Piazon bagged himself a goal in a 2-0 victory for Fulham, whilst Jay Dasilva got an assist for Charlton. But the London side were unable to beat Oxford United as Todd Kane, who recently joined Oxford on loan from the Blues, found the net very late on.

Kurt Zouma – 6.9, Tomas Kalas – 7.4, Lucas Piazon – 7.4, Hector – 6.3, Ola Aina – 6.7, Jeremie Boga – 7.1

Marco Van Ginkel, captain of PSV, despite being on loan there, was given a 7.4 rating as the midfielder played a part in the Dutch side however couldn’t provide a goal for the team.

Loaned out on Deadline Day, Michy Batshuayi got off to a flying start in Germany as he bagged a brace

Our most recent loanees, Michy Batshuayi and Kenedy performed extremely well, with Batshuayi getting two goals and an assist on his debut at Dortmund, and Kenedy produced another fine performance in the North East.


All ratings were given by SofaScore.


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