Friday, July 17, 2020

Ziyech recalls “Crazy game” against Ajax

Chelsea’s newbie Hakim Ziyech who has started training with the first team ahead of next season since arriving in London last Saturday has recalled Chelsea’s game vs Ajax last September.

The Moroccan will not play a part for Chelsea this season but when speaking to the Chelsea official website, he recalled that night which he considered as a “Crazy game”

“It was a crazy game. If you were a neutral supporter it was a fantastic game,” 


“For us it was a little bit less because we were 4-1 up, but it was a crazy game. I think the neutral fans, that is why they like football, because of moments and games like this.”


The 27-year Old also took inspiration from the likes of Drogba and Lampard before switching teams.


“When you are a young guy you always want to play for a big club, in the Premier League of course,” 


“When I was young, the players that played here, it was always a big club so I am very happy and it means a lot. I was playing in the youth in Heerenveen and here was playing Drogba, Lampard, Terry, all those big names.


“We were always for Chelsea, and if you look at now, if you can play here it means a lot to me.”

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