The 18-year-old has been in good form this season bagging seven goals and an assist from 11 under-21 Premier League appearances and six UEFA Youth League appearances.
His first finish against Wolves was a neat little ball across the goalkeeper while he produced a great volley for his second, which turned out to be the winner.
He’s formed a superb partnership with Izzy Brown in attack (highest scorer in the u-21 Premier League) and is doing his chances of getting noticed by Jose Mourinho no harm at all.
Chelsea currently sit third in the under-21 table, on the same amount of points as Liverpool but six away from league leaders Fulham.
Chelsea’s next league fixture is at the end of next week when the Blues’ youngsters host the Baggies in a Friday night game.
Expect Feruz to be leading the line once again.
GOAL! 1-1. The Blues have their equaliser a few minutes before the break as Brown supplies and Feruz finishes across the keeper. #CFCU21— Chelsea FC (@chelseafc) January 20, 2014
GOAL! 2-1 Chelsea. Feruz gets his second goal of the evening midway through the second period with an excellent volleyed finish. #CFCU21— Chelsea FC (@chelseafc) January 20, 2014
Feruz deserves a goal or two, has worked hard without the reward for a number of games in a row now.— Chelsea Youth (@chelseayouth) January 20, 2014
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