Yerry Mina was praised by his coach Frank Lampard vs Chelsea | Colombians Abroad

Without a doubt, the match between Everton and Chelsea was a very special match for Frank Lampard. The London team made him succeed as a footballer in several seasons as a football player. However, priority was key for the strategist who must win everything he has left to save himself from the uncomfortable position of relegation to the Championship.

Win or win, that was Frank Lampard’s ambition at Goodison Park. One of the six finals that Everton and its coach have to save themselves from relegation. Yerry Mina played the 90 minutes showing a high level throughout the game and earned praise from Lampard.

Yerry Mina is just picking up his pace in the Premier League. An injury sidelined him for a long period of the season, and the centre-back returned against Leicester City on Wednesday 20 April. Frank Lampard fielded him against Chelsea, saying, ‘Yerry has leadership, presence, personality. We didn’t know if he was going to get back up in the second half, he sat down and then stood up, but I’m proud that he’s back and that he’s fine physically.’

Yerry Mina was key in the victory, demonstrating defensive solidity, as was Richarlison, who was the most accurate in the offense, scoring the only goal of the victory. Injuries have reduced his game, but he is like new and he is a fundamental pillar, because his team plays better and gets better results when the one from Guachené, Cauca is a starter.

Finally, Frank Lampard concluded, ‘Yerry is a great leader for us, for the whole team. It’s good to see him back.’ Mina has been unavailable in 21 of Everton’s 33 games. However, he already recovered will be key to keep alive the illusions of staying in the Premier League.



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