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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