TREVOH CHALOBAH scored on both his Premier League and Champions League debut after volleying home against Juventus.
The defender was a shock start against Crystal Palace in August but fired in a stunner from outside the box.
With his family proudly watching on in the stands, Chalobah appeared to break down in tears as he celebrated.
And he cut an equally emotional look after his first-half volley put Chelsea 1-0 up against Juventus.
The goal opened the foodgates for the defending European champions who went on to win 4-0.
Chalobah’s excellent performance helped Chelsea climb above Juventus to top the group and keep yet another clean sheet.
The centre-half was also handed the man of the match award and opened up about the memorable moment.
He told BT Sport: “It meant a lot, as I said, when I was a young kid I used to watch Champions League.
“So now being involved and getting a goal, it’s been very emotional.
“For me, it’s about consistency, keep playing well, the manager’s brought me in, it starts in training as well.”
He was joined in celebration by defensive partner Antonio Rudiger, 28, who has helped mentor the young academy star.
Chalobah, 22, said: “He’s been a massive part Rudiger, he’s always helping me every day, the same as Thiago as well.
“Everyone around the club really, for a young player to play for a club like this, consistency is needed and that’s what I’ve tried to add to my game.”
Source: Soccer - thesun.co.uk