Chelsea got another very important three points on Saturday evening beating Fulham 2-0 in the Premier League.
Their charge to qualify for next seasons Champions League competition is going well and it is now in their own hands.
Thomas Tuchel’s side got the comfortable three points in the end, but there was definitely times when Fulham were a threat and looked to cause Chelsea problems at the back.
But The Blues held firm after Edouard Mendy produced some fine saves, and leader Thiago Silva commanded the back line well using every bit of his experience.
You can just see that he has a great coaching career ahead of him, and he was constantly talking and instructing those around him with his very limited English.
It was the inexperienced Billy Gilmour that was benefiting from this a lot, and according to The Daily Express, as Chelsea defended a free-kick, the Brazilian – who is still working on his language skills – screamed “Here!” at the youngster.
When Gilmour got into position, Silva shouted a hearty “Good!”