Mykhailo Mudryk, a standout for Chelsea, has to be more at ease when he enters the field.
According to commentator Paul Merson, that is a big fan of Mudryk
By scoring his first goal for Chelsea in the Premier League victory over Fulham earlier this week, Mykhailo Mudryk, 22, lifted a tremendous burden off of his shoulders.
The Ukrainian international has faced harsh criticism for his performances ever since joining Stamford Bridge in the middle of last season, but there are indications that Mauricio Pochettino is helping him rediscover his footing.
When the Blues travel to Burnley on Saturday afternoon in the league, perhaps he can maintain this momentum.
Merson has stated that he admires Mudryk greatly and thinks highly of him. Now that the youthful attacker has scored his first goal for the team, he hopes he will be much more composed.
“Mudryk’s issue is decision-making; it’s a crucial aspect of the game that he finds difficult. He’s been trying way too hard, in my opinion. He needs to calm down because he is an excellent player. The victory over Fulham would have greatly boosted his self-confidence, according to Merson, who spoke to Sportskeeda.
We all believe that Mudryk still plays with a lot of erraticness, particularly when it comes to his final pass or shot.
However, when he runs at them 1v1, his raw characteristics ought to scare the life out of most full-backs.
Mudryk is well enough to play for Chelsea this Saturday against Burnley, according to manager Mauricio Pochettino, who announced this during today’s pre-game press conference. After his injury scare in the last game, it’s a tremendous boost for him.
The Ukrainian winger would undoubtedly start for us this weekend because it feels like the situation is right for him to capitalize on this momentum.