After a successful weekend beating Arsenal at the emirates, Chelsea also had success elsewhere with players out on loans Impressing away from their parent club.
Papy Djilobodji Made his Werder Bremen debut on Sunday, three days after his loan move began, and played the all 90 minutes in a 3-1 win at Schalke. His new team-mate, former chelsea striker Claudio Pizzaro, said afterwards, ‘papy has made a very good impression. he played a solid game.
Also out on loan in Germany, Andreas Christensen was part of the Borussia Monchenglach line-up that lost 3-1 to Borussia Dortmund. His side are in fourth in the Bundesliga.
Back in England, John Swift putted a fine performance, Scoring in Brentford’s 3-1 Victory at Preston North end. The 20-year-old slotted home home with 10 minutes left to the game to secure Brentford’s first win of 2016.
In tenth position are Reading for whom Lucas Piazon Started in a 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday. The attacking midfielder was replaced at half-time. Tomas Kalas came on for second Middlesborough in the late late stage of the first half as they were beaten at home to Nottingham Forest.
Premier league, Nathan Ake played the full time as Watford Beat Newcastle United 2-1 at home to climb up to 10th. He helped the hornets hold on during a tense finish after the Magies had pulled a goal back.
Victor Moses had to settle for a point with west ham at home to Manchester City. The winger came on in the 65th minute for his loan who were unable to prevent City’s Aguero scoring a late equaliser to make it 2-2.
In the lower tier divisions, Subtitute striker Alex Kiwomya made his debut for Fleetwood Town in a goaless draw with Doncaster Rovers in league, and goalkeeper Mitchell Beeney helped Newport county dig out a 2-2 draw with Dagenham & Redbridge.
Jeremie Boga came off the bench midway through the second half to help Renne’s new manager Rolland Courbis get a win in first game.
Juan Cuadrado Played the last 10 minutes of Juventus’s Coppa Quarter final win last Wednesday and followed it up with a subtitles appearance in a 1-0 home Series A win over Roma.
Victorien Angban and Christian Cuevas suffered a 2-1 home defeat with Sint-Truidence against Wasterio in Belgium.
In Netherlands, full back Todd Kane played the whole games as NEC Nijmegen drew 0-0 with Gronigen on Friday evening. Eslewhere in the Eredivisie , Izzy Brown, Dominic Solanke and Lewis Baker were unlucky to come away with nothing with a trip to Ajax with a 1-0 defeat.