England Carney Chukwuemeka, a star for the under-21 national team, scored the opening goal for Chelsea against West Ham United on Sunday night, making him the third person with the initials CC to do so for a side starting with C in the English Premier League. CONTINUE READING>>>>>
The former Aston Villa football club star has been spectacular for the Blues since the start of the season, and on Saturday against West Ham United, he was able to deliver once more.
Along with Raheem Sterling and Conor Gallagher, Carney Chukwuemeka started in the attacking midfield for the Chelsea football club, and the trio dominated the first half of the match.
Nayef Aguerd, a standout for the Moroccan national team, gave West Ham United football club the lead in the seventh minute after getting a set-up from James Ward-Prowse. The first half ended with Carney Chukwuemeka tying the score for Chelsea football club in the 28th minute.
Carney Chukwuemeka had a tremendous game against West Ham United, and he was able to cap it off with an incredible goal before suffering an injury toward the conclusion of the first half.
After Chris Coleman for Crystal Palace, Carlton Cole for Chelsea, and Carlton Cole for Charlton (own goals excluded), Carney Chukwuemeka is the third player with the initials CC to score an English Premier League goal for a club beginning with C with his goal for Chelsea against West Ham United.…… Continue Your Reading