On-loan Chelsea defender Jeffrey Bruma got a start for Hamburger SV today. The young Dutchman took advantage of the opportunity by going out and burying a diving header early in the second half. That's three goals in his last six league appearances.
Well done, lad. And, yeah, more of that please.
Bruma's header was pivotal for a Hamburg side in disarray. One point from six matches to open the season resulted in manager Michael Oenning being sacked by former Chelsea suit Frank Arnesen on Monday. Anyway. A goal from Bruma on this day, and Hamburg were off. A second via Robert Tesche after 67 minutes secured the club's first win of the term.
You may be wondering who set up Bruma on the corner. It's a damn good question. Well, it was none other than former Chelsea youth player Gokhan Tore. In fact, Tore collected a brace of assists on the day. Good on him. I'd say that's a very nice result for caretaker manager Rodolfo Cardoso.