Chelsea fans were given another taste of what to expect from midfield prospect Miro Muheim in the UEFA Youth League this week, with the Blues attacker playing a starring role in the Blues' 3-1 win over Dynamo Kiev.
The 17-year-old, who predominantly plays on the left wing, scored one goal and set another up in a more central role to remind fans everywhere that he is very much one to watch in the future at Stamford Bridge.
Essentially capable of playing anywhere across the attacking front three, Muheim arrived at Chelsea back in the summer of 2014.
He enjoyed a fine debut campaign with the club’s youth side, scoring 11 goals in 13 appearances for the Blues youth team, including five goals in his first four starts for the club.
Seemingly equally adept in the no.10 role, Muheim put in a superb shift, playing just behind the in-form two-goal hero Tammy Abraham in a fine victory for the London club.
The highlight came in the closing stages, with Muheim laying on a goal for Abraham to complete a brace and cap-off the win.
Chelsea’s firs- team might be struggling both in the Premier League and Europe, but with the under-19 side three points clear at the top of their UEFA Youth League group, things are looking good for the future at least.