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How Chelsea’s loanees got on away from Stamford Bridge

Seven Chelsea loanees featured over the weekend across four 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.

Ian Maatsen (Burnley)

Maatsen played a key role as Burnley grabbed a point away to Cardiff in the Championship, grabbing the assist for his side’s goal from left wing-back, as well as managing four tackles and clearances in his own third.

Tino Anjorin (Huddersfield)

Anjorin missed his side’s 3-1 defeat to Reading through injury.

Gabriel Slonina (Chicago Fire)

Slonina was left out for his side’s 3-2 win over FC Cincinnati.

Henry Lawrence (MK Dons)

Lawrence returned from injury by playing the final thirteen minutes in his side’s 3-2 defeat to Peterborough United.

Jamie Cumming (MK Dons)

Cumming made six saves but still could not prevent his fellow goalkeeper loanee getting one over on his side as Peterborough came out 3-2 winners over MK Dons.

Lucas Bergstrom (Peterborough)

Bergstrom was that winner, though he made just two saves as Peterborough continued their play-off push.

Malang Sarr (Monaco)

Sarr was a late substitute as his Monaco side ran out 4-1 winners over Nantes in Ligue 1.

Sam McClelland (Barrow)

McClelland was an unused substitute for Barrow as they were beaten 1-0 by Tranmere in League Two.

Nathan Baxter (Hull City)

Baxter could not stop his side losing 2-0 to Luton Town in the Championship, despite making four saves.

Bryan Fiabema (Forest Green Rovers)

Fiabema played an hour as Forest Green were beaten 3-2 by Burton Albion in League One.

Unused substitutes/Didn’t feature

Romelu Lukaku (Inter)

Prince Adegoke (Welling United)

Ethan Wady (Woking FC)

Tiemoue Bakayoko (AC Milan)

Levi Colwill (Brighton)

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