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Meet the player that has not scored a single goal for Chelsea since he made his debut in 2014



Andre Christensen joined Chelsea as a teenager in 2012 after an impressive start to life at Brondby.

The sensational defender was 15 years old at the time and there was no pressure to get him into first team action.

Christensen managed to mark his debut appearance in October 2014. Considering his performance, it was pretty clear the youngster wasn’t ready for Premier League football.

The Denmark International was loaned out to Borussia Monchengladbach were he developed into one of the most promising Centre Back in Europe.

Chelsea terminated his loan spell and decided to give him a chance in the team despite having the likes of Gary Cahill and David Luiz back in the team.

Christensen has been considered a fringe player in recent years as he doesn’t have the level of consistency needed for top flight football. However, he’s definitely a good Centre Back who just needs to improve the physical aspect of his game.

The most surprising statistics about the Andre Christensen as a Chelsea player is the fact that he hasn’t scored a senior goal for the team since he made his debut appearance in 2014. The youngster managed good number of goals when he was on loan but never for once find the back of the net for his parent club. Christensen has also provided just one assist in his 106 games for Chelsea.

Christensen remains the only Chelsea’s first team player that hasn’t scored a goal yet for the team. With 106 appearances (in all competitions) so far for Chelsea, Christensen would definitely be disappointed with his infertility in front of goal. Of course, it would be hard to criticise a defender for not scoring. However, when you check out the career of great defenders they certainly would have some goals to boast of.

Do you think it’s poor for Christensen not to have a single goal for Chelsea

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