Chelsea star, Hakim Ziyech, has expressed ‘good emotions’ after scoring his first Champions League aim for Chelsea of their 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid on Wednesday evening at Stamford Bridge.
Ziyech additionally singled out Kai Havertz and Timo Werner for reward following their impacts on his aim.
The Moroccan worldwide described his aim as ‘necessary’, including that he needed to wait a very long time for it.
Ziyech’s aim and a strike from Emerson Palmeri ensured Thomas Tuchel’s males certified for the Champions League quarter-final forward of Atletico Madrid on a 3-0 mixture.
“It was an necessary aim, and I needed to wait a very long time for it,” Ziyech was quoted by Chelsea’s official web site as saying after the match.
“We took the ball effectively in midfield, and we used it in area, and it was a great supply, and it was a great end.
“It’s at all times a great feeling whenever you go 1-0 in entrance and particularly whenever you rating it your self, and the supply for Timo [Werner] was good and the cross from Kai [Havertz] earlier than as effectively.
“It was a great counter-attack, and we knew for our sport there was a bit extra space, and there was a calmness in our sport, and it got here at a great second.”
Ziyech added: “Kai and me, we all know Timo’s sport and attempt to use him within the area as a result of we all know he’s actually quick, and we did it effectively on this sport.”