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‘Very great’… Axel Disasi really impressed by £50m Chelsea player’s passing vs Middlesbrough.



“Quite marvelous”… Axel Disasi was extremely struck by the passing of the £50 million Chelsea player against Middlesbrough.Last night, in Chelsea’s 6-1 victory over Middlesbrough, defender Axel Disasi scored. He has since lauded Raheem Sterling for the contribution he made to that goal.

Axel Disasi scored in the 36th minute of the second leg of Chelsea’s Carabao Cup semi-final against Middlesbrough, extending their lead to 3-0.


Raheem Sterling assisted Disasi in scoring, and the Frenchman commented to beIN SPORTS after the match that the cross he assisted was excellent.


The Blues have secured a ticket to Wembley, where they will face either west London rivals Fulham or Liverpool.


The former are presently leading their semi-final matchup after earlier this month’s 2-1 victory at Anfield over the latter.Axel Disasi commends Raheem Sterling’s contribution to the Chelsea strike.

Disasi was eager to acknowledge Sterling’s contribution to his strike against the side of Michael Carrick.


Regarding his goal, the central defender stated, “The coach instructed me to feel unrestricted on my side, so that is all. I continued my run after recovering the ball, and Razza delivered an excellent cross that I simply touched with my foot; I believe it was a fine goal. “I am therefore happy.”Sterling ought to begin the Carabao Cup final.

Mauricio Pochettino is not yet required to contemplate starting Sterling in the Carabao Cup final, but as soon as the Argentine does, he must undoubtedly make that decision.


With his assist on Disasi’s goal, the 29-year-old, whom Chelsea acquired from Manchester City for £50 million (BBC Sport) in 2022, reaffirmed that he has been one of the Blues’ most fruitful attackers this season.


Sterling averages a goal contribution every two games in the Premier League.


Additionally, the England international saved Chelsea a penalty in their most recent Premier League match, exceeding all expectations for Pochettino that day.