Young Blues honour Derm with 3-1 victory over Exeter City
Chelsea’s development squad honoured former manager Dermot Drummy, pictured, who died yesterday in the best possible way by winning 3-1 at Exeter City tonight to book their place in the last 32 of the Checkatrade Trophy
Goal from Callum Hudson-Odoi, Reece James and Josh Grant secured the necessary three points.
The young Blues has gone behind to a Reuben Reid effort.
Chelsea finished second inttheir Southern Group D group and now have to travel to MK Don next Wednesday, December 6 in the next phase of the competition.
.Chelsea (3-4-2-1) Marcin Bulka; Reece James, Richard Nartey, Trevoh Chalobah; Dujon Sterling, Ruben Sammut (c), Jacob Maddox, Josh Grant; Kylian Hazard (Harvey St Clair 75), Isaac Christie-Davies (Martell Taylor-Crossdale 62); Callum Hudson-OdoiUnused subs Joseph Colley, Cole Dasilva, Jamie CummingScorers Hudson-Odoi 30; James 69; Grant 85Exeter City James Hamon, Craig Woodman, Ryan Harley (Alex Hartridge h/t), Matt Jay (c), Kane Wilson (Will Dean 62), Alex Byrne, Archie Collins, Kyle Edwards, Jack Sparkes (Joel Randall 63), Reuben Reid, Jordan StoreyUnused subs Christy Pym, Liam McAlinden, Harry Kite, Josh KeyScorer Reid 7Referee Kevin JohnsonCrowd 1,294