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.
Trevoh Chalobah celebrates his goal against Juventus[/caption]
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.
It was some way to mark his first European appearance, just a day before Chalobah discussed his breakthrough start to the season.
He said: “It’s important I keep my consistency levels up.
“Every time I get the opportunity to play, I give my all and show the manager what I’m about.”
Chalobah also credited experienced pair Antonio Rudiger and Thiago Silva for his run of form.
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He said: “Thiago Silva was one of my idols growing up as a kid, and with how successful he’s been.
“It’s great sharing the pitch and training sessions with him.
“For me as a young player he is someone I need to look at for where I want to be, and where I want to go to.
“Antonio has been a very big mentor for me since I first came here.
“He took me in and helped me in training sessions. When I went out on loan, he told me what was needed.
“Now it’s good to share the same pitch with him.”