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Some fans discuss performance of Chelsea star Antonio Rudiger

Germany defeated Iceland 4-0 last night and Chelsea man Antonio Rudiger was among the goalscorers. The defender isn’t known for his ability to score but he did get in on the action on Wednesday night.

Serge Gnabry, Leroy Sane and Chelsea teammate Timo Werner were the other scorers. Germany have won all three of their games since losing to England at Euro 2020.

Rudiger has been bang in form since Thomas Tuchel arrived at Stamford Bridge. Rio Ferdinand called him ‘unbelievable‘ after his performance in the game against Arsenal last month.

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The 28-year-old has enjoyed a mini reprieve at the club. He has been a regular under Tuchel and helped Chelsea lift the Champions League trophy back in May.

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This season the Chelsea man will have the Premier League title firmly in his sights. With Rudiger showing the level of form he is right now, few would bet against Chelsea being crowned champions.

The transformation under Tuchel has been spectacular. Rudiger signed for Chelsea in 2017 from Roma. He has made 153 appearances for the club, scoring seven goals.

Having not always been considered the first choice at Chelsea, he is now starting to showcase his undeniable talents to the Blues fan base.

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The central defender earns in the region of £115,000-a-week and last night he showcased just why some Chelsea fans want to see him tied to a new contract.

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He took his goal nicely and afterwards took to Twitter to speak of his delight at helping Germany to another big three points.

After a disappointing European Championships, Germany will hope to bounce back when the World Cup comes around in the winter of 2022.

Supporters were certainly impressed with Rudiger during last night’s game and plenty of Chelsea and Germany fans had their say on Twitter.

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