- Ross Barkley praised for superb performance against Spain.
- Barkley has re-emerged under Maurizio Sarri this campaign.
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Ross Barkley put in a superb performance for England against Spain on Monday night – and Chelsea fans on Twitter went mental.
Barkley signed for Chelsea back in January for what the BBC reported to be a £15M fee. That’s a bargain.
Maurizio Sarri looks to be bringing the best out of him in that third midfield position, which was previously occupied by Marek Hamsik at Napoli. If he can replicate the Slovak’s success under Sarri, we’ll be laughing.
His performance against Spain on Monday suggested he has a real chance of doing so. The 24-year-old was both the driving force and main creative outlet of the Three Lions’ midfield. Chelsea fans were incredibly impressed with what they saw.
Ross Barkley getting in on the champagne England football! Atta boy, Ross.
— Alex Goldberg (@AlexGoldberg_) October 15, 2018
Ross Barkley did a Jorginho there 🔥🔥🔥
— shepslee (@shepyhanmac) October 15, 2018
Ross Barkley on fire tonight, keep it up! #CFC
— WWC and 356 others (@WorldWideChels) October 15, 2018
Jeeeeeez what a goal 🔥 What a ball by Ross Barkley. Inch perfect. #ENG
— Olivia Buzaglo (@OliviaBuzaglo) October 15, 2018
Too Many people sleeping on Ross Barkley, Sarri will make sure he gets back to what he once was. A lot of talent in there still. pic.twitter.com/ZAkwTccESP
— Pys (@CFCPys) October 15, 2018
Ross Barkley what a over the top ball, my boy doing bits in their own backyard tears in my eyes. People want him to fail for no reason, idiots.
— BK (@CFCBrano) October 15, 2018
WAIT ROSS BARKLEY BOSSING THIAGO & BUSQUETS? pic.twitter.com/XQwA8pNoNK
— Young Hiei (@Gilwut) October 15, 2018
Sarri has done wonders with Ross Barkley so far, he looks like a complete new player.
— Chelsea Insight (@Chelseainsight_) October 16, 2018
Barkley wasn’t first choice when he signed or this season after Kovacic arrived.
Instead of moaning, whining & threatening to leave, he showed up for training first, left last, shut up & worked hard. He still is.
A lot of our youth players would do well to follow his example.
— PG (@PGCFC001) October 16, 2018