Chelsea star Callum Hudson-Odoi plays in Sunday’s league game just 12 hours after losing the Champions League to Bayern Munich … as the winger shows support for the knife crime campaign
- Callum Hudson-Odoi played in a league match on Sunday after the Champions League
- The winger, who earns k 120k a week, played for Saha FC vs Lambeth Allstars
- The incident was part of a knife crime movement held in Croydon, London
Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi played in a league match on Sunday just 12 hours after the club’s Champions League match against Bayern Munich.
The 19-year-old, who earns ,000 120,000 a week, flew again after Chelsea’s second loss to the Bundesliga champions and put on his boots for Saha FC against Lambeth Allstars FC.
The match was part of a knife crime event held in Croydon, South London.
Callum Hudson-Odoi played Sunday night 12 hours after the Champions League match against Bayern
The 19-year-old wore his boots for Saha FC vs Lambeth Allstars at a knife crime event
The presence of Hudson Odoi was not enough for Saha FC to keep Lambeth away, as they lost the match 5-3.
However, people were shocked when the Chelsea star was shocked as one spectator said: ‘Everyone knew him and he was talking to everyone.
“He knew some of the guys from Saha FC, so that was why he was there. People could not believe it. ‘
The winger thought he had his name on the score sheet at the Allianz Arena, but his long-distance stunt disappeared after a VAR review said he had an offside. That match ended at 9:45 pm in Munich.
From 10.30pm the day after, he donated the No. 11 jersey to Saha FC, who plays in Sunday’s Football Adult League at Croydon, and helped start the pre-season friendly on a 4G pitch at the Selhurst Arena.
Hudson-Odoi later went on Twitter and wrote: ‘Pleasure coming down and launching the Anti Knife Crime campaign and the Black Lives issue !!! Also good to see some famous faces playing for a good cause in the community ‘
Opponents Lambeth Allstars tweeted: ‘Thank you Callum Hudson-Odoi for coming out today in support of our BLM community event for knife crime.’