Callum Hudson-Odoi shows off incredible footwork and skills as he plays a game of cage football in Ghana… less than a week after Champions League glory with Chelsea
- Chelsea won the European title against Manchester City in Porto last Saturday
- Hudson-Odoi was an unused substitute at Thomas Tuchel’s side triumphed 1-0
- The 20-year-old demonstrated his silky skills in a video shown on social media
- He terrorised his opposite man with stepovers and Ronaldinho’s ‘flip-flap’ move
Published: 11:29 BST, 4 June 2021 | Updated: 13:42 BST, 4 June 2021
And the winger, who played seven matches and scored twice on the continental stage this season, was shown displaying his silky skills and mesmeric close control in a casual cage match just six days later.
Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has shown off his skills in a cage football match in Ghana
During the video, the 20-year-old was shown terrorising his marker with several stepovers
In the video, the
The Twitter user captioned it: ‘Loving these videos of Cal enjoying himself in,’ followed by a Ghana flag and a blue heart emoji, and also tweeted a follow-up video of Hudson-Odoi cleverly back-heeling the ball to a team-mate.
Hudson-Odoi received three senior England caps in 2019, playing regularly throughout the country’s age-grade sides, and is of Ghanaian descent.
The video comes six days after the Blues won the Champions League final on Saturday May 29
Hudson-Odoi was an usused sub as Thomas Tuchel’s side beat Manchester City 1-0 in Porto
His father Bismark Odoi played for Ghanaian side Hearts of Oak, and his elder brother Bradley Hudson-Odoi – a retired former non-League striker – was born in Accra, the capital of the country.
Hudson-Odoi recently posted a picture of him in Accra on Instagram, along with a video of him dancing, with the caption: ‘GHANAAAA OOO we backkk! Let’s enjoy.’
The 20-year-old made 37 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring five goals, but has been used more sparingly by Tuchel than his managerial predecessor, Frank Lampard, who the German replaced in January.