Chelsea loan watch week 4: Anjorin stars plus Lukaku, Slolina and more

How Chelsea’s loanees got on away from Stamford Bridge

Eight Chelsea loanees featured over the weekend across seven different divisions, with impressive performances in some cases.

101 rounds up just how they got on away from Stamford Bridge. For more Chelsea content, check out 101′s dedicated Chelsea page here.

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Romelu Lukaku (Inter)

Romelu Lukaku limped out of Inter’s 3-1 defeat to Lazio having had a quiet night and managed just 19 touches. He is now expected to be unavailable for the Milan derby as well as their opening Champions League clash with Bayern Munich.

Ian Maatsen (Burnley)

Maatsen was suspended after being sent off against Blackpool last week.

Tino Anjorin (Huddersfield)

Anjorin enjoyed a fine afternoon in the Championship, firing the Terriers into a 2-0 lead before being taken off after an hour with the scoreline at 2-2. While Huddersfield’s poor team form continues, on a personal level Anjorin had a great afternoon.

Anjorin spoke of his mixed emotions after the game, admitting: “We’re disappointed to let them back after being 2-0 up but we also dug deep when they were pushing hard and managed to keep the draw so we’re happy and not happy at the same time.

“We dug deep, we showed hard work and spirit to keep it at 2-2 and we’re just working hard for the club.

“That’s the most important thing.”

Addressing his failure once again to last 90 minutes, Terriers boss Schofield said: “Tino’s still very young and has still got a lot of developing physically to do. He’ll get there.

“He has game-winning qualities which are very hard to come by in football. When he can sustain 90-plus minutes he can be a real talent.”

Gabriel Slonina (Chicago Fire)

Slonina managed four saves but could not prevent his side from falling to

Jamie Cumming (MK Dons)

Cumming had a strong outing, making five saves as his MK Dons side beat Morecambe 4-0 to pick up their second win of the season.

Henry Lawrence (MK Dons)

Like Cumming, Lawrence enjoyed a fine afternoon for MK, grabbing an assist to go with his two successful dribbles, and he won 3/5 of his duels.

Lucas Bergstrom (Peterborough)

Bergstrom had an afternoon to forget, conceding two late goals as his side threw away a 1 goal lead to lose to Derby County 2-1, leaving them two points off the League One leaders.

Sam McClelland (Barrow)

McClelland kept a clean sheer as Barrow saw off AFC Wimbledon 1-0, taking them up to second in League Two.

Levi Colwill (Brighton)

Colwill came on for the final 11 minutes as Brighton closed out a 1-0 win over Leeds United, a result which moves them fourth in the table.

Unused substitutes/Didn’t feature

Prince Adegoke (Welling United)

Nathan Baxter (Hull City)

Malang Sarr (Monaco)

Ethan Wady (Woking FC)

Tiemoue Bakayoko (AC Milan)

Bryan Fiabema (Rosenborg)

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