Schurrle was instrumental to Chelsea's triumph over Burnley at Turf Moor on Monday night football.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho elected to start Andre Schurrle over Willian in the Blues starting line-up over Burnley at Turf Moor last night, Monday, and the burgeoning German repaid the Portuguese's faith in him by scoring the second of his club's goals in the 3-1 triumph.
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Schurrle, buoyed from the feeling of receiving of a heroes welcome in his native Germany after helping his nation lift the World Cup trophy in Brazil last month, forged an intuitive partnership with playmaking midfielder Francesc Fabregas - underline by the assist from Cesc which capitalised on his clever run and finish.
The 23-year-old, who was on the cusp of regular first-team status last season, made a strong case for a second successive start when Chelsea host Leicester City on Saturday, August 23 at Stamford Bridge and the German press were quick to comment on his contributions.
Kicker stated that the three points were "thanks to Schurrle" as he "turned to the fantastic direct pass from Fabregas" in order to score after just 23 minutes.
Sport BILD, meanwhile, talked-up the "perfect start by Schurrle and Chelsea".
They wrote: "World champion Andre Schurrle helped Chelsea to a perfect start to the new season of the Premier League. The former Leverkusen star scored after benefiting from a strong pass by new signing Cesc."