Chelsea star Hakim Ziyech created more chances against Sheffield United than any Premier League player this season

HAKIM ZIYECH created more chances in Chelsea's win over Sheffield United than any other player in a single Premier League game this season.

The Blues new-boy, 27, created SIX chances for his team-mates during the game at Stamford Bridge.

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Of those six chances set-up, two of those were assists as Chelsea came from behind to win 4-1 on Saturday.

No player in the top-flight this season has managed to create more than six chances in a single game.

Ziyech's team-mate Reece James managed to create six chances in the 3-3 draw at West Brom.

Kevin De Bruyne also set-up six chances in the 3-1 win over Wolves, while Bruno Fernandes created half a dozen chances in the 4-1 win over Newcastle.

After the game, £36million man Ziyech admitted he's 'not afraid' to pass the ball now he's settled down in West London.

Ziyech claimed: “We played a good game. The first ten minutes were a little difficult.

"We started a bit sloppy but after 1-0 we controlled the game.

"We could have scored more goals but we played well again.

“I’m not afraid to give a pass. I feel comfortable here in the squad with all my team-mates.

"I’m really happy and I think that’s why I’ve started so well.”

Ziyech continued: “I always look at [my team-mates] when I play the ball.

"Usually eye contact is enough and you could see it worked well two times."

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