Jorginho apparently barked instructions at new Chelsea signing Mykhailo Mudryk during the draw with Liverpool.

According to, Jorginho dished out orders to the Ukrainian international on what was his debut for the Blues.

Mudryk arrived on the Anfield arena with just over half an hour of the Premier League tie yesterday.

Despite only playing just over a third of the match, the 22-year-old was the brightest spark in a contest that was void of much meaningful quality.

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He tested and teased Liverpool with skill and speed, whilst also tying together several moves from a Chelsea perspective.

The attacker received rave reviews for his display on Saturday, even receiving a comparison to Eden Hazard from former Stamford Bridge goalkeeper Rob Green.

Mudryk made his mark for Chelsea

Graham Potter and his squad must’ve also been pleased with the performance of the £88.5m man.

Their pleasure in seeing Mudryk live in the flesh was also conjoined with setting his status in the side. recall the moment where Jorginho ‘yelled at the youngster’ to ‘collect a loose ball’ to help take the edge off Liverpool’s pressure.

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Whilst Mudryk might be the future of Chelsea, the £50m Italian midfielder made sure the pecking order of seniority remained intact.

Jorginho and the other experienced members of the group will be crucial to help the latest recruit settle and hopefully develop into a genuine game-changer for Potter.

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