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Pochettino in awe with the 22-year-old Chelsea player’s technique, the Chelsea manager confesses.

Antonio Nusa

Nicolas Jackson’s speed dribbling style is a terrific aspect of the Chelsea forward’s game, according to Mauricio Pochettino. Beginning with the first match at Stamford Bridge under Mauricio Pochettino, 22-year-old Nicolas Jackson has started both contests.

Mauricio Pochettino is impressed by the Chelsea forward’s playing style

It comes as no surprise that the Blues head coach has taken a shine to the centre striker after he made an impression in preseason. Jackson’s creativity in the football pitch has caught the eye at the start of the Premier League season. Pochettino, the manager of Chelsea, has nothing but admiration for his preferred center-forward.

Pochettino stated the following about Jackson to The Athletic. He said

“Really good. He’s still young but he has the character and capacity to improve quickly. He’s going to score lots of goals. His work ethic on the pitch, how he presses, his quality when he drives the ball and his technique when he’s running at intensity is really unbelievable. He’s going to be fantastic for us.”

Despite acknowledging that he is “still young,” Pochettino thinks he will succeed because of his “character and capacity to improve quickly.”

Jackson appears to be a complete striker with incredible talent, strength, and work ethic. The mobility of the Senegal international against Liverpool and West Ham in the early league games has really stood out. He will present difficulties for several Premier League defences this season. Pochettino thinks the Senegalese forward will score a lots of goals throughout his career.

Danny Murphy stated that Jackson is the kind of player who would be awful to play against on FIVE’s YouTube channel.

Jackson has so far made two Premier League starts for Chelsea and played the entire 90 minutes of both games, but he is still without a goal or an assist. Next, against Luton Town on Friday night, he attempts to score his first goal in a competitive game.

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