Calum Chambers has gone from being a fringe player to making a serious claim for a starting spot after getting his name on the scoresheet against Aston Villa this afternoon.
The 24-year-old started on the bench but was brought on at the start of the second half following the first-half sending off of Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Chambers certainly took the opportunity to shine.
It was not a perfect performance as he readily admitted to Sky Sports: after the game
“I am very pleased. I hold my hand up to their second goal so I had to put things right. We stuck in there and worked hard and deserved it in the end.
“The win is massive for us as a club and team, We have the quality and the spirit. We dug in deep to get the momentum going.”
It was a well-taken goal, Guendouzi put in a great pass into the penalty area and Chambers after beating one man dinked the ball over the keeper to make the score 2-2.
— Optus Sport (@OptusSport) September 22, 2019