Former British-Nigerian Female Football Star, Eniola Aluko has given her candid Assessment on Chelsea Players after Their slim 1-0 Victory against Zenit in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday

Star Striker, Romelu Lukaku got the Only Goal for the Blues in the 69th Minute, Following an Assist from Cesar Azpilicueta. The Chelsea Number 9 Rose highest to meet a Pin-point Cross from Azpilicueta, heading with Power and Precision, leaving the Goalkeeper with no chance.

Eniola Aluko who is a football Commentator and currently the Sporting Director of Angel City in Los Angeles has taken time to Commend Chelsea's Belgian Striker for his Instant impact since Joining the Blues squad during the Summer Transfer Window While Also noting the Lapses in the Player's Midweek Game. According to Aluko, a former Chelsea Women's Football Player, she feels that the Chelsea's Big man didn't really play well despite Getting the Only Goal of the Game.

"There’s just one word for me: he’s so efficient. Sometimes it’s hard when you go to a new team to carry on the form you had. At Inter Milan he scored so many goals there and he’s just continued that," said Aluko after the game.

"And he only needs one chance. He actually didn’t play that well. You saw in a clip there his lay-off play wasn’t great. Sometimes it looked like he needed an extra touch."

"But in the box, he just needs one chance. He only needs an inch. You see his movement, he just moves a little bit of an inch. For me it’s actually the ball that makes the goal from Azpilicueta."

She continued: "My only thing with Chelsea is the midfield. If I’m an opposition team looking at Chelsea I’m thinking, “Pack out the midfield, outnumber them, they only play two in there”.

"We saw Villa do it at the weekend. That’s the only thing, how can Tuchel tactically deal with oppositions that pack out the midfield? That’s the only way I see Chelsea struggling this season."

Chelsea Takes on Tottenham on Sunday, 19th of September as the English Premier League Continues. Lukaku will Hope to continue with his impressive Display for the Blues.