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Shearer: Jorginho produced pass of the season

4 Nov 2019
Jorginho, Chelsea

Premier League Champion impressed by influence of Chelsea playmaker who features in his best XI from Matchweek 11

Tammy Abraham stole the headlines again for Chelsea with a goal and assist in his side's 2-1 win at Watford, but the performance of Jorginho also caught the eye.

Premier League Champion Alan Shearer was impressed by the way the 27-year-old took hold of the midfield at Vicarage Road and put on a passing masterclass.

"The Italy international ran the midfield," said Shearer. "He crowned a commanding display with the pass of the season for Tammy Abraham's goal."

Ben Foster (WAT) | WAT 1-2 CHE

Watford would have shipped seven were it not for the goalkeeper, who nearly rescued a point for his team with a diving header in the dying seconds!

Kyle Walker (MCI) | MCI 2-1 SOU

A goal and assist from the returning right-back was instrumental in his side's late comeback.

Caglar Soyuncu (LEI) | CRY 0-2 LEI

The impressive central defender made the breakthrough with the all-important opener and helped keep a clean sheet. Solid and reliable.

Steve Cook (BOU) | BOU 1-0 MUN

The Cherries skipper didn't give Marcus Rashford or Anthony Martial a kick all match.

Enda Stevens (SHU) | SHU 3-0 BUR

Defensively he gave nothing away and was superb going forward.

John Lundstram (SHU) | SHU 3-0 BUR

Scored two more goals and gave an outstanding midfield performance.

Jorginho (CHE) | WAT 1-2 CHE

The Italy international ran the midfield. He crowned a commanding display with the pass of the season for Tammy Abraham's goal.

Sadio Mane (LIV) | AVL 1-2 LIV

Produced the winning goal and an assist in a very hard-fought win. He made the difference again.

Tammy Abraham (CHE) | WAT 1-2 CHE

Another goal. Another assist. The homegrown Chelsea striker looks very, very comfortable in the big league.

Jamie Vardy (LEI) | CRY 0-2 LEI

The Premier League's top scorer showed his quality with another lethal finish.

Allan Saint-Maximim (NEW) | WHU 2-3 NEW

The powerful Frenchman ran the West Ham defence ragged.

Manager: Steve Bruce (NEW) | WHU 2-3 NEW

A brilliant away performance. Bruce got his tactics spot-on and will be hoping the goals keep coming.

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