Mason Mount, who plays for Chelsea, has been lauded by coach Graham Potter for his abilities as a scorer and an assist man. The 23-year-old has been heralded by Potter as a key contributor to the success of the West London club.
Since making his Chelsea debut in 2019, Mason Mount has been phenomenal for the West London club, scoring 32 goals and dishing out 36 assists across all competitions. Since his debut, he has been the most consistent Chelsea player, contributing to the club’s three major titles (Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, and Club World Cup). Mount is well-known for his adaptability, which allows him to perform in a variety of roles.
The Englishman has established himself as one of Europe’s top attacking midfielders thanks to his prolific goal-scoring and assist totals for Chelsea and England. His coach, Graham Potter, sees him as a game-changer because of his ability to score and assist on goals.
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A talent he possesses is the ability to score and provide assists. A player’s enthusiasm may temporarily wane if the team isn’t doing at its best, but the underlying drive has always been there. Our faith in Mason Mount is strong. We think the world of him as a player and a person. That he has an impact on the group is plain to see.