The midfielder mastered the final Premier League game of the season against Wolves.
Frank Lampard thinks Mason Mount‘s free-kick method defines the England midfielder’s true class.
Chelsea boss Lampard hailed Mount for an advancement campaign where he has set new records at Stamford Bridge and also stepped up to international football.
The 21- year-old has end up being Chelsea’s first academy graduate to make more than 50 appearances in his debut senior season, and toasted a fine campaign with a sensational set-piece goal against Wolves on Sunday.
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Mount teed and slotted an inch-perfect free-kick up Olivier Giroud at Stamford Bridge as the Blues saw off Wolves 2-0 to schedule their place in next term’s Champions League
The Portsmouth-born midfielder is already among Lampard’s most relied on assaulting lieutenants just one year into his senior Blues career– however the Stamford Bridge boss firmly insisted Mount will just keep getting much better.
“He will definitely get better because he is so young,” stated Lampard.
” When a player can be found in and plays in their advancement year and is regularly in the team individuals often treat them as though they are older than they are. He is still young.
” You saw his method from the free-kick. His is an unique method, and only leading players can strike the ball that way.
” His all-round game for the season has been dazzling. His work principles and training day-to-day is dazzling.
” He has already contributed a great quantity, however he will also get a lot much better.
“This is just the start for Mason at Chelsea.”
Frank Lampard, imagined, has satisfied in his first season in charge at Chelsea (Matthew Childs/PA)
Chelsea’s 4th-place finish caps a eventually favorable however unstable maiden Premier League campaign for former midfield preferred Lampard.
The ex-England midfielder has guided Chelsea through their transfer restriction, blooded a host of children and now also released a squad revamp ahead of next term.
Mount sticks out as the most effective of Lampard’s young weapons, and the midfielder himself confessed he was thrilled with his first complimentary-kicks goal for Chelsea.
He informed the club’s official website: ” I have actually been waiting the entire season to put a free-kick in! It has to do with time one entered. I’m very pleased with it. I’m constantly attempting to get it on target.
” And After That the second goal just prior to half- time, it truly assisted us entering into the second half.
” We deal with complimentary-kicks rather a lot. If you wish to score goals, wish to score complimentary-kicks, you have actually got to practice.
” We were doing them the day prior to the game, and I didn’t score one!
‘ I’m happy as the coach of this team’
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” I had a horrible day, and I was stating to Tammy (Abraham) I would wait for tomorrow.
“ Willian remained in the stands and we had a little laugh to each other, due to the fact that I’m constantly stating to him ‘let me take the first one’.
“But we know what quality he has on free-kicks. But I said I’ll take the first one next time!”
Wolves failed to rubber-stamp a place in next term’s Europa League thanks to their loss at Stamford Bridge, however might still qualify for European action.
Midfielder Ruben Neves regreted the Molineux men’s failure to put their European affairs in order themselves, however promised Nuno Espirito Santo’s side will keep pressing the Premier League’s elite.
“When you are a team that normally fights for the middle of the table and people see you up there fighting with the big sharks, you don’t have as much respect as the other teams,” Neves informed Wolves’ club website.
” We need to get utilized to it, however they need to get utilized to seeing Wolves defending what we have this year.
“We don’t excuse ourselves of course, we need to do better.”