Chelsea star David Luiz made Everton look like an Under-11 side

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David Luiz was famously once described by Gary Neville as like a player ‘being controlled by a 10-year-old on a PlayStation’.

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But such has been the turnaround in the Chelsea defender’s form since he returned to Stamford Bridge he’s now making his opponents look like Under-11s.

That’s the view of Chelsea legend Pat Nevin after witnessing Chelsea’s 5-0 demolition of Everton on Saturday.

The victory was Chelsea’s fifth Premier League win in a row and saw them extend their run without conceding a goal to the same length.

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Nevin was particularly impressed with the Brazilian defender.

‘David Luiz bestrode the match like a world-class footballer playing against an under-11 side,’ said the former Chelsea winger in his column for Chelseafc.com.

Nevin described the performance as ‘right up there with the best 90 minutes I have enjoyed by any Chelsea team in the purest footballing terms’ and poured praise on a number of individuals. Here’s what he said about the following…

Eden Hazard: ‘Showing precisely why it is not silly to ask whether he is capable of consideration alongside the likes of Gareth Bale and Ronaldo.’
Diego Costa: ‘Was colossal.’

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Chelsea’s next three Premier League fixtures
Sun 20 Nov: Middlesbrough v Chelsea
Sat 26 Nov: Chelsea v Tottenham
Sat 3 Dec: Man City v Chelsea

Thibaut Courtois: ‘I could go on about every player with the exception of Thibaut Courtois. I have no idea if he was on good, bad or indifferent form because he scarcely got a sniff of the ball throughout.

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